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Eugene Ashton-Gonzalez (37) talks to his friend and mentor John Law (64) about pilgrimage, community, and life in the Bay Area underground arts scene. They reflect on their time using the signal tower on Yerba Buena Island to host events...
Siblings Lora Holt (57) and Tony Duenez (53) interview their mother, Dolores Duenez (80), about her years growing up in El Paso, her time in California juggling college and motherhood, and the influence of creativity and the arts in their...
I Interviewed Charles Johnson. He answered many questions about life. We can all learn something from him.
Beth Womack (86) talks about her creative endeavors throughout her life with her granddaughter.
Alivia Neater interviews Kyle Bishop, and together they discuss growing up in a small town, the impact of family, and the tradition of creativity.
Neelesh shares stories to his daughter Esha (15) about how he ended up in his line of work. He shares struggles while pursuing his passion of becoming an engineer, why it is his passion, and what he admires most in...
Nicholas Diehl, age 49 and his sister Loran Diehl Saito, age 57, having a conversation at Thanksgiving time at their parents’ house
Patrick McNameeKing (34) and Morgan Zipf-Meister (39), coworkers at StoryCorps, share a conversation about the outdoors, building community, and creativity. They touch on the pandemic’s effects on adventuring and collaboration.
Clint McGuire (56) interviews his longtime friend, Miranda Lund (43), about her experiences as a student in the USC Aiken theatre department, and how it led to her creating an Instagram account devoted to cosplay.
Anne McDonald (40) interviews her father, Chuck McDonald [no age given], about his childhood in Butte, Montana, his extended family, and his first jobs. Anne also appreciates Chuck's creativity, imagination, and work ethic, as well as the importance he places...