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- Hinsdale Central High School 50
- Literacy First 7
- Hinsdale Central 3
- San Francisco Village 3
- AP Lit 2
- 28 more
My Grandfather, Luke Howe (or Bop Bop) talks about his life as a child in the cold war, his experience as the owner of a hardware store, and how he intends to live the rest of his life.
One Small Step partners Kathleen "Kathy" Bray (74) and Louise Feinberg (79) talk about their experiences as teachers, their children and grandchildren, and the impact that serious injuries have had on their lives.
One Small Step partners Doug Lyon (58) and David Burke (52) discuss the merits of liberal and conservative approaches to different issues and share stories of how their backgrounds have shaped their beliefs.
One Small Step partners Scott Gordon (71) and Randy Schwartz (52) find common ground through their inverse political journeys.
Friends Greg Adams (59) and Elizabeth "Beth" Storm Rule (47) talk about grief, the fragility of life, and their work caring for patients and families at Arkansas Children's Hospital. They reflect on the passing of Beth's husband and the impact...
Our mother Margaret just before her 82 birthday, talking about picking cotton and the importance of kindness
Larry Nelson (67) and his wife, Dawn Borowski (68), reflect on dating, the marriage proposal, their wedding, and enjoyment of travel.
Oldest daughter asks her mother about her Alabama roots, marrying a Lebanese, converting to Orthodox Christianity, knitting, cooking Whole Foods, reading and grandchildren.
Kelly Davis (43) has a conversation with her mother, Kathy Ross (71), about her education and career, family, relocating to Wisconsin, and the joys of retirement.
Colleagues Karen Johnson Slaton (59) and Selena Martinez (24) share a conversation about their work as librarians, the value of libraries, their library’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and where they see libraries headed in the future.