I Lived An Interesting Life

My grandpa lived a very interesting life and still does. He recommends to live life to the fullest, while you have it.

School Fire

In this interview my grandmother and I️ talked about a fire that she witnessed her senior year of collage.

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Nancy Fisher and Jill Sharfstein

Jill Sharfstein (72) interviews friend and fellow congregant Nancy Fisher (77) about her experiences as a member of Central Synagogue and her work interviewing Holocaust survivors for the Shoah Foundation.

Hartford Circus Fire and Faith
July 23, 2021 App Interview

My father’s experience surviving the Hartford circus fire.

Lightning Strikes

This man, my grandpa, had his house struck by lightning and burnt down. Here is his story...

Ron Bucher early years

This is a story of Ron's experiences from childhood through graduation of high school.

changing due to religious persecution

In 2001, my dad, Rodney Barnes traveled to China to work on the movie Rush Hour 2. During his work trip, he did not expect to witness a religious persecution. He witnessed the Falun Gong setting themselves on fire for...

“I leaned on the horn… it was a different sound than burning wood”: Interview with Sharon and Fred Korty

Sharon and Fred, longtime residents of the Chicagoland area, invited me into their lovely Wheaton home to tell me the story of how they rebuilt after losing their home in a fire. They also shared stories of their travels and...

Jenae Wright and Kelly Willmott

While in Michigan, Jenae Wright (31) talks to her friend Kelly Willmott (60) about living in Texas and differences between the two states. She moved to the state after living in Michigan for over a decade and now faces strains...

Community Member Interview

We talked about the effects of hurricane Lane in Lahaina on the island of Maui.

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Teresita Fernández and Matthew Zapruder

Teresita Fernández (45) and Matthew Zepruder (45) talk about their respective mediums of practiced art, and their recent work together where Fernández created a visual piece, "Keyhole (Landscape)," in response to Zepruder's poem, "Poem for a Coin."

“If we’re not taking action then we’re part of the problem." an interview with Amber Soja

Amber Soja’s career is on fire. The resident at NASA’s Langley Research Center studies fire regimes and how they are being affected by climate change. “Every fire season is worse,” she says, adding that the changing fire regime is proof...

Dad nearly blows up his apartment building

Dad tells the story of the dumbest thing he's ever done with a little bit of Mom's commentary in the mix. In a three word summary: gasoline, fire, stupidity...