Bob Alpern – a lifetime of walking

Bob Alpern talks about his lifetime of walking in all the places he’s lived, including Washington, DC, New York City, Annapolis, and now Healdsburg, where he hikes with a group each week, going strong at age 92.

My Dad’s experience growing up in Communist China and as a first generation immigrant

I discuss with my dad his upbringing in Shanghai, China during the Cultural Revolution and his first experiences in America as a first-generation immigrant and one of the first Chinese immigrants that immigrated into the US after the reopening of...

The Mission, a Cultual Marker with Erick Arguello

Cemelli Espitia leads an interview with Muralist and Co-founder and President of Calle 24 Latino Cultural District, Erick Arguello. We discuss gentrification, his raising in the mission in the 70s, the history of the mission, the need for murals, the...

Kristi Hager and Patricia Thomas talk in relation to the exhibition Equal: A Work in Progress.

Kristi Hager (74) of Missoula, Montana and Patricia Thomas (67) of Point Reyes Station, California talk about meeting 43 years ago at the University of Montana Art Department. They talk about women supporting women in leadership opportunities. They discuss why...

Suzannah Bianco and Nathalie Ingram

Nathalie Ingram (52) and former Olympic teammate Suzannah Bianco (47) describe the early days as athletes and their Olympic careers as "artistic swimmers," which was formerly known as Synchronized Swimming.