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- Easton Banjo Society 1
- Eric Mintel Quartet 1
- FWA Gym 1
- Historic Preservation Commission 1
- Missile Lounge 1
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Our father's (Mel's) experiences growing up as the child of an immigrant, a Vietnam veteran and retiree.
Shalom Daniel Seltzer, 62, by his children, Lucia and Gabriel Borrello about his childhood and the leaving of New Orleans after Katrina.
Murrie (26) talks to his mother Diedra (55) about joining the military and his time on deployment in Iraq.
I interviewed my mom about her Grandparents, her job, and memorable moments in her life.
Dad talks about jazz, working in NYC and Lake Tahoe, baseball, meeting Al Anastasia, Marian McKnight, meeting Mom, and entanglement.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith discuss their families, their education and the Oakland of their youth.
Pierrick Dutertre (72) talks with his wife, artist collaborator and business partner, Cathy Dutertre (62) about being working artists, as photographers, mentoring other artists, teaching, serving others through art and their grandchildren.
A self taught musicians musings about his long musical career, including the early days of jazz.
Sharon discusses her approach to writing plays.
Cecil Allen talks about his life in Monticello, NY and playing at clubs in the area as a jazz musician.
Amanda (37) interviews her dad Charlie (75) at the family farm. The first half of the interview didn’t record, but the second half is fun!
I talk with my Uncle Vito about his interest in music, his jobs, and his childhood.
Jamie Citerin talks with her mother (64) about her life from growing up in Elkhart Indiana to family history, to being a young mother in the 1970's, from her faith to historical events that she has witnessed/experienced.
"Once I got married, I had more than just a beagle to keep me warm. That winter, everyone started putting heat in." Michael Sullivan Smith moved to upstate New York in March 1969 into a crumbling resort with no heat,...
My father's best friend tells stories of how the two met, formed a band, and created lifelong, generational friendships that are more like family.
Gina Livingston (40) interviews her father Decio "Dez" Rubano (91) about the role playing drums in bands and orchestras has had in his life, and Dez relates many stories about the interesting experiences he has had as a result of...
He lived in Nazi-occupied Europe, befriended Louie Armstrong, and aided in work on one of the first ever computers as a professor: Paul Studer is an immigrant, an artist, a father, and a friend. This is his story.
Claudia Parvanta (66) shares a conversation with her significant other, Richard Harner (86), about Richard’s family, his experience growing up in Iowa, how he became a doctor, his career, and his love of music.
One Small Step partners Anna Catherine Grady (24) and Carol Clarke (58) discuss jazz history and environmental justice in Birmingham, AL. They also discuss Rwanda, the COVID-19 pandemic, and how their family members have shaped them.
Charles King feels that he has led a good life. He feels fortunate to have obtained a good education, have a successful career as a jazz pianist, and now has the opportunity to teach piano to kids.
Jazz trumpeter Jeremy Pelt speaks on his inspirations, favorite places, Roy Hargrove, Kool Moe Dee and much more...
William McAllister was interviewed by his daughters, Lisa McAllister and Amy Farges, as well as his grandson, Julien Farges. They talked about William’s life growing up, the Depression, WWII, William’s return to college after the war, his Masters and PhD,...
Spouses Ina Albert (87) and Rabbi Allen Secher (87) reflect on their lives, and explore what spirituality and civil rights mean to them.
Cousins Lillian Porch (61) and Leon Harris Jr. (74) share a conversation about the legacy of their uncle, Lawrence Leo “Snub” Mosley, a famous jazz musician.