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David Kuhl and Abby Wheeler talk about their family get-togethers and how everyone seems to truly enjoy themselves.
Edward Guczek, 87, is interviewed by his granddaughter, Jennifer Sawyer, 21, about his life.
Mary Isaacson (46) and Julie Summers (46) discuss their time spent with the CampFire organization. They have been involved in some capacity since high school and are both current Board Members
Retired FDNY speaks about experiences in the fire department
Joyce Hayes, 64, talks with her friend Tanene, 28, about growing up in Chicago and her involvement with social work, education and politics.
Bernard Scott Rush, 68, by his daughter, Nicole Rush (Maat Free), 35, about growing up in Mississippi then moving to New York City.
William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
A 41-year old man interviews his 63 year-old friend and vetrinarian about her work on the Hopi and Navajo Reservations and also tells the story of how they met.
Wife interviews husband about the building of thier home on the top of Moscow Mountain, activism, environmentalism, and his making of a giant mobile steel fire-breathing dragon
Scott Beauchamp (53) talks with his daughter, Jenna Beauchamp (15) about his life growing up, which includes his best and worst memories. Also, he talks about what his goals were for his life, and whether or not he had any...
Daughter interviews mom about marriage and small hometown in Nebraska, where she grew up in the 1930s and 40s.
Delaney Gradwell talks to her grandmother, Julie Peters, about growing up South Buffalo during the 1940s and other anecdotes from Julie's life.
Sisters Sara, 45, Martha, 42, and Paula, 47, talk about their evolving relationship with each other and the different ways they see their parents.
Patrick Donohew, 43, talks with facilitator R. Lena Richardson, 33, about his friend, Jane Bresnick, who recently passed away. Patrick and Jane were lovers of StoryCorps and had planned to come for an interview together before her death.
Judge Barrington Parker talks with his law clerk Rebecca Tinio about growing up in the segregated South, and seeing up close some of the great civil rights figures of the era.
Lynne Murray, 57, in conversation with her good friend Kathrina Proscia, 48.
Janis Bell talks with her three daughters, Patti, Linda and Laura, about her childhood, attending seminary, and raising her daughters.
Cynthia Tainsh (50) talks with her husband, Robert Tainsh (49), about moving to Florida from New England and their experiences having twins and then triplets.
Ouida Foster(OF), 34, interviews her father Frank Arnall(FA), 67. They discuss Frank’s time in West Point, military service in Vietnam and relationship with his wife Susan.
He is my uncle and he is sharing his childhood with me.
A woman speaks to her mother about growing up during the Great Depression and World War 2, and becoming an occupational therapist.
School Counselor Dan Schmidt, 55, interviews one of his students Carolina, 18, about what motivates her, the challenges she faces as an undocumented student, and her hopes for going to college.
Walter Klein (73) was interviewed by Marisa karplus (31) to talk about her father Esteban, who pass away and used to have a very close relationship with Walter
Raymond C. Lozano, Jr. tells cousin Narciso Cano of his childhood neighborhood, of his time in the military, and of their Grandpa Cruz and Uncle Mack.
David is interviewed about starting a foundation for brain injured people after he was brain damaged in a car accident that killed his wife on their honeymoon.