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Mary Schaal and Sonja Vanwey

Mary Schaal (55) interviews her mother, Sonja Vanwey (78) about her social and extroverted nature, how it developed and how it feels to have a wide network of friends and family.

Reflections of a Friend

Reflecting on a close friendship in Lincoln, NE. “The Way We Were”…. 1979-1985 (Recording ended a bit early because a call came in stopping the recording)

Maggie & Jo Dee: Friends for 40 years

Jo Dee and Maggie, best friends for 40 years, talk about their relationship and why it insures.

Spencer Katzman & Allan Fuks

Allan Fuks is the son of Russian immigrants. He grew up all over the place: in New York City and Northern California, before finally landing in suburban New Jersey. But no matter where he went, the taunting and bullying at...

Avery’s 16th Birthday

Talking about long time friendship and future dreams of where the friendship will go.

Our Love Story

My mother and I discussed her rocky but love-filled relationship with my father. We touched on life together with and without children and how life changed their relationship over the years.

Me and future me

How my dad was like when he was a child and how he grew up and became the man he is now.

Grandpa’s Tales

We talked about my Grandpa’s life before children and true commitment. He shared with me what his life was like when he was younger and who his parents were. His mother was bedridden most of his life and his father...

Enduring Friendships

This interview is about two lifelong friends and their experiences over the years.

German
November 27, 2018 App Interview

We talked about friendship and heritage.

Carlos Arante – A Nursing Student in William Patterson

In this interview, I talk to my brother (and his girlfriend) about his experiences as an undergrad student and what advice he would give to himself on his career, friendships, and education.

In The Final Days Of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Nation’s First Active-Duty Military Contingent Marches In Pride

In the final days of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Navy Operations Specialist Sean Sala decided to do what had never been done before: march with an active duty military contingent in a Pride parade. It was July of 2011, just...

Mentor to mentee

My mentor Ferdinand shares his life experiences and life tid bits he would like to pass on to me.

‘It’s Such A Gift Of A Job’: Nurses Reflect On Their Work In The Intensive Care Unit
September 10, 2019 App Interview

Kristin Sollars and Marci Ebberts are nurses at Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. They worked side by side in the intensive care unit for years and grew so close they’ve come to call themselves “work wives.” Kristin and...

UCLA in the 70s

Former UCLA Theater graduate students from the early 70s who went on the have successful careers as screenwriters, playwrites, and poets.

Doc’s Story

Two close friends reminisce about 30 years with my father, Jason Edwards, who recently passed away from ALS.

“I remember saying, ‘I’m sorry for driving by you a hundred times and never saying hi.’”

Brian Peterson, 31, is an artist — he designs cars for a living — who lives in Santa Ana, California. Matt Faris, 38, is a homeless musician who would often sit outside Brian’s apartment building. For several months, Brian passed...