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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.
[Recorded: Tuesday, March 21st, 2023] Mark (67) and Luke (33) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Mark opened Charlottesville's hallmark running store, Ragged Mountain Running and coaches running for the community. Luke served in the Peace Corps...
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Olivia Johnson (38) and Leah Hazell (68) come together to share their lived experiences and talk through the complicated aspects of being loving parents. The two share in common that they came to One Small...
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...
I interview my mother about the events on 9/11 and a personal story during the events. We also talk about how it changed day to day life and how it’s impacted Americans.
she shares her perfect day with Papi and a favorite memory and what they spoke about before he passed away.
Ron Erbel actually had 10 grandkids (the oldest being much older) and 9 littles, all born close together. Olivia is the 5th grandchild when you count Tatitana, the oldest.
Radhakrishnan Gopalan (48) talks to his son Shrey (12) about his experiences growing up in India, coming to the US, and his career as a professor.