Ken and Lisa Kerr reminisce

Recalling the first time we met, growing up in Orange County, and other favorite memories.

Kitten and Kat: The LA Uprising and Race in Orange County

Katyana Hall interviews her mother about the 1992 uprising, which leads to a conversation about racism in Orange County middle schools in 2019.

Historian Interview ft. my dad

I interviewed my dad and learned about his background growing up and the difficulties he has faces as an Asian minority.

One door closes, another door opens.

Family, discussing being a women of strength, and the things that influenced me to be strong. Don’t ever overestimate or underestimate what your children can do or what you can do in your own life.

Irvine: From Minority to Majority

Two women who grew up in Irvine share how their experiences as Asian Americans evolved with the city.

Birth of two boys

A young couple describes their experience with their first two deliveries of their children

Todd and Diane Kennedy, Cancer Journey

Todd Kennedy, a City of Hope cancer patient and his wife of 30 years, Diane, have lived in Orange County for 21 years. They share their cancer journey and why they are so thrilled that City of Hope is expanding...

Mike and Jeanne

Mike and Jeanne talk about their friendship that started from sharing grief in the loss their loved ones.

Conversation Between Avra and Al
December 19, 2019 App Interview

Avra and Al talk about our lives in Orange County and significant moments in our life.

Besties for 22 Years

A conversation with two besties...first kisses, Lizzo, and surviving 2019.

The Immigrant Life

Henry and Matthew talk about their family backgrounds and how the transition was like into a new country.

Chennai Vaasis in the OC

"Vaasis" is a Tamil word that means residents. Two long term residents of the OC and American citizens, formerly South Indian natives of the city of Chennai (Madras), discuss parental and ethnic influences, arranged marriages, and how immigrant cultures and...

Husband, father, friend, psychiatrist reflects

A psychiatrist takes the unfamiliar role of the one being interviewed. His reflection on being a refugee, father, husband and mental health specialist. Life lessons on doing your best, compassion, and hopes for the future are interwoven in this interview.

My story

Parents coming from Hungary, moving to upland, involvement in the environmental movement in OC, husband, son and grandchildren