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- Pellissippi 4
- Jackson Hole Community School 3
- Providence 2
- American Red Cross 1
- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
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One Small Step conversation partners Matthew White (49) and Matthew Baxley (39) talk about growing up in conservative Christian families, being homeschooled, being shaped by trauma in their childhood, and their love of the outdoors.
Saoirse and I explore concepts behind spiritual beliefs, personal stories and spiritual evolution, being a part of a greater whole, and existential moments with nature. Conducted inside an Anthropology/Archaeology Professor's office with a syphilitic skeleton (for context at the end...
Mary Ann Ehrike (77) was interviewed by Bob Ehrike (79) about how being involved in Girl Scouts impacted her life.
Colleagues Andrea George (52) and Pamela "Pam" Jones (62) discuss how they balanced their personal and professional lives at Vanderbilt University during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shelly Mariposa (52) and Jessica Zaffarano (33) talk about living on a commune during Jessica’s childhood.
Nathan Buck, Providence Volunteer Program Supervisor, has an in-depth conversation with Therese Lewandowski, about his spiritual journey from being a midwest, gay alter boy in a Catholic school to an openly gay, happily married manager for a Catholic organization. Nathan...
Andover Stories of American Identity: a conversation with Janet Hamlin about her extraordinary childhood and life that gives her perspective to be compassionate and passionate.
Spiritual journey of David Buresh with Thomas Traherne
Siblings, PJ Pronger (67), Martha Mathews (68) and Ann Wells (75), recall their upbringing on their family ranch in Texas.
Riyaan talks about how he missed nature amid the COVID 19 and staying at home. He was home schooled for two months due to the pandemic and realized how important was the teacher's role in their education. He also tells...
Erica Watkins (25) and her father, Greg Watkins (59), discuss life in Idaho and what community means to them.
Timiera Jackson (17) talks to Amadeo Ortiz (17) about the changes in his life due to quarantine and how nature has been a helpful tool with dealing with it.
We named him Astro but call him meow cause he's vocal like that. He chitters, purrs, meows and vibrates in ways that are difficult to explain. And every time you look at him, your heart melts with love. You just...
My name is Ozan Kara and I am a 17 years old cultural exchange student from Turkey. As an high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, I have had the chance to know a wonderful person, Vanessa Domizlaff, my German teacher...
Alexus and I talked about her experience of moving to Knoxville from Crossville, Tennessee and living in East Tennessee. We also talked about Appalachian stereotypes and her experience of them as well as some of the reasons that she loves...
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews her mom Emmi S. Herman (Searingtown) on Mother's Day, 5.9.2021. They chat about community, collaboration, vaccine awareness, and legacy.
The last of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode still has interviews...
Barbara (Bunny) Sims (73) and her husband, Bruce Sims (74), remember Bunny's father and the role he played in World War II while serving in the U.S. Navy. They also discuss their family, their careers, and the places they've lived.
Anna Katter (35) interviews Dr. Julie Larsen (65) about memories of her son and Anna's partner, Dr. Ben Larsen, who died in a drowning accident on October 10, 2020. Memories include Ben's love for nature conservation, water sports, and the...
Blake talks to his grandmother, asking about historical events that affected her, how living in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex during the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was like, and how writing fulfills the desires of the writer.
Lawson Leonard Delony III (63) interviews his father, Lawson L. Delony Jr. (92), on his birthday. They also celebrate Lawson Leonard Delony III's 50 year anniversary since first being diagnosed with cancer.
Tom (67) and Jerri (65), husband and wife, talk about their lives together and how their love and work lives have helped them overcome mental illness.
Rhoda Justice Garcia (72) talks with her friend Candyce Bennett (68) about childhood memories of growing up during the time of the NASA space program, living at Cocoa Beach, near Patrick's Airforce Base, and Satelite Beach.
Brian Ball (15) interviews his camp counselor and supervisor Carly Robinson (39). Carly talks to Brian about her love for the outdoors and her passion for teaching summer camp. Carly also opens up about being bullied during in her childhood.
Timiera Jackson (17) talks with her brother, Nathaniel Jackson (14) about how he's handling quarantine and the pandemic.