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On their 65th wedding anniversary, Gene (87) and Joan Dalebroux (85) talk about the joy, adventures, and dangers of farm life in tiny Thiry Daems, Wisconsin. Listen as their daughter Jill talks with them about Belgian traditions, raising a family...
102 year old woman recalls her youth and life residing the entire time within a one block radius on West Hill in the Sharon/Hermitage Area. Highlights include prohibition, travel and family life.
Jack Tomasello, owner of Tomasello wines talks with the Tuckerton Seaport about his family's history in the wine industry. From their immigrant routes in Italy to today, Jack discusses the ways in which Tomasello has persevered throughout Prohibition, Covid, and...
1. How has your day been so far today? 2. What is your favorite TV Show? 3. Who are you? 4. What is your favorite color? 5. Who is your favorite tv or movie character? 6. What cheers you up...
One Small Step Conversation partners Joe Lovell (65) and Judi Goldberg (73) briefly share their histories, then discuss the differences between personal and political beliefs and the influence of government.
One Small Step partners Mimi Kline (71) and Louis Rose (69) take turns sharing stories and perspective about some of America's most pressing issues including, gun violence, transgender rights, and voting fraud.
Keith and Jeanne Gentry talk with Wendy Stancil about life and times in and around Hot Springs NC, family, and the origins of their iconic store, Gentry's Hardware.
Landen Price(18) talks with his friend Miguel(18) about his childhood and his story on how he moved to the US.
A 70-year-old woman talks about how throughout her life how she has cared for various different types and animals and how it has given her a sense of purpose.
Ed Nathan (68) was a corporate trainer for 20+ years but after an accident where his life changed and he lost a limb, he decided to dedicate his life to helping the amputee community. This conversation is with Brian Donnelly...