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Hank (68) speaks with his step-daughter Natalie (35) about being raised in NYC by his German immigrant parents in the 50s and 60s. Hank's father, Fritz, was drafted by the German army during WWII. After Fritz met his wife, Hildegard,...
Sopon Kosalanan (43) พูดคุยกับเพื่อนและคู่ใจ, Puwana Pragthuangsuk (38), เกี่ยวกับโครงการชุมชนลิตเติ้ลไทยแลนด์ในนิวยอร์ก ธุรกิจร้านอาหารของพวกเขา และชุมชนชาวไทยในนิวยอร์ก. [Sopon Kosalanan (43) talks with his partner, Puwana Pragthuangsuk (38), about Little Thailand Way initiatives, their restaurants, and the Thai community in New York.]
One Small Step partners Andrew Langer (52) and Zak Young (48) discuss growing up in highly-integrated communities, preparing to be empty-nesters, and their hopes and fears for our country's future.
Brian, a lecturer at Borough of Manhattan Community College, and Christian, a (now) former student, reflect upon their experiences in public speaking class as well as the college experience. Brian reflects with Christian about his growth as a person and...
Siblings David Wu (18) and William Wu (15) talk about movies, their world views in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and their relationship with one another.
Friends Grace Eckland (84) and Barbara Krause (51) share a remembrance of Lake Geneva resident and philanthropist Harold "Harry" Hartshorne, Jr.
In this interview between Maria Kesisoglou (age 15) and community leader Candace Souweine (age 71) on discovering one’s path in life, they discuss generational differences in education and the journey that led Ms. Souweine to business and community leadership. Ms....
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Phil Spletzer (56) about his career as a musician, playing the violin in symphony orchestras and in the pit of many Broadway shows.