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One Small Step Conversation partners Jay Parker (55) and Pam Lehman (73) talk about growing up in a military (both Airforce) family, the can-do spirit of High Plains people, racism/segregation (not in military, but off base), how travel informs perspective,...
Friends and colleagues Melynn Huntley (63) and Sonya Letson (62) talk about their work and passion as election administrators in Potter County, TX. The friends discuss the League of Women Voters in Amarillo, hurdles that this voting year presented to...
"Dancin' Cowboy" David Waddle (67) talks to his new friend Eunice Cho (32) about his passion for Texan dancing, his experience doing the Waltz across Texas, and his career as the "Big Texan," a cowboy entertainer on stilts.
Brothers Mark Bivins (65) and Tom Bivins (67) discuss the cattle industry in their hometown of Amarillo, Texas and reflect on their family history and philanthropic efforts.
Friends and colleagues, Jonathan Revett (46) and Amy Von Lintel (42), center their conversation around "wide open spaces," and the way Amarillo has been a city that has inspired artists for generations.
Keralee Clay (50) interviews her friend and mentor Mary Emeny (77) about Mary's family and their influence on agribusiness and culture in the Amarillo, Texas community.
Friends and community of the arts members Allen Shankles (62) and Pattilou Dawkins (84) share pieces of personal and historical Amarillo history, Allen talks about his decades-long work with the Amarillo Theatre, and Pattilou talks about the vibrant arts community...
Sandra Levy (73) talks to her granddaughter, Lily Fernandez (13), about her rebellious adolescent life growing up in a religious household and her action packed life thereafter.
Laura Rena Murray (31) tells StoryCorps volunteer Laura Mullins (57) about the cross-country motorcycle journey she's currently on, about her previous work in public health, about the stories she's researched and written that mean the most to her, and about...