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- East English 1010 2
- Boise Public Library 1
- Santa Cruz Waldorf School 1
- UEP Trust 1
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My best friends, Benjamin (18) Daniel (19) and I (17) talk about our friendship over 13 years and what we did as kids. We also talk about how our relationship has changed and why.
Friends Mark Mancuso (38), Carl Huber (40), and Matt Bielewicz (39), share a conversation about losing a close friend to gun violence in the midst of a Dungeons & Dragons campaign and how choosing to finish it helped them in...
Talking with my mother about her life rich with triumphs of strength and brutal heartache
Today i interviewed my piano teacher of 9 years. Over the nine years, I only knew about her past students and children. Today I wanted to know more about her childhood, career, passions and proudest moments.
Sisters, Amy Voss-DeVito (58) and Beverly Harrison (53), share a conversation about their mother's legacy and stardom in crafts, in particular, the mouse and pretty girl dolls.
Fern Greene talks to her 9 and 10 year old sisters about their imaginative and silly dollhouse games, to show their mom when they grow up.
Alison (Keeler) Carrillo shares with us her experience of “plunging in” as a founding parent at the Santa Cruz Waldorf School back in the 70s, her 41 year connection to the school, how the parents over the years have made...
Anderson & Low (www.andersonandlow.com) talk about their 30 year career of artistic collaboration and discuss a few of their many photographic art projects and how they relate to America.
I interview my father about his childhood experiences in school and at home and how it affected him as a person and a parent.
grandma talks about what inspired her to be a teacher and how my dad was as a kid.
Anne McDonald (40) interviews her father, Chuck McDonald [no age given], about his childhood in Butte, Montana, his extended family, and his first jobs. Anne also appreciates Chuck's creativity, imagination, and work ethic, as well as the importance he places...
Evaine Kirkland (21) and his mother Tara Kirkland-Rainey (61) talk about becoming an adopted family and how Evaine's life has changed.
Sisters, Seni King (19) and Breonnie King (20), speak about their childhood, their close bond as sisters, and how meaningful it is to see one another grow older.
Garrett speaks about how libraries feed his imagination.
Eric, 35, interviews Ruth, 69, about her career as an archaeologist and her more recent involvement with The Presidio.
Sydney Ginter sits down with Professor Anne Stapleton, a scholar of British 19th century literature and a professor at the University of Iowa, to have a conversation about creativity and expression.
Recording November 18, 2017 – These two women were instrumental in the process of Washington County opening a library in Hildale. Tamara Barlow had this dream and shared it with her friend Rachel Timpson, both residents of the twin communities...
Claudia tells her story of how she came to this country.
Today I interviewed Jane Calder. I have known her for nine years now. Although I have known her for so long, k have never known much about her. I learned about her childhood, life, mentors, and so much more.