I Interview My Twin Brother Kincaid and Now We’re Getting Tattoos…

In this interview/podcast my twin brother and I discuss events of our childhood and how we shared and differed in our experiences. We also dive into hobbies and plans for the future… tattoos???

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Maurice Wilson and Stacia Morfin

Stacia Morfin (34) and her uncle, Maurice Wilson (65), share their knowledge, wisdom, and medicine, as well as the five pillars of cultural preservation for indigenous traditions.

"I want to change the world with what we do, not do it for myself." an interview with Christopher Hain

Chris Hain from the Short-term Prediction Research and Transition Center helps turn NASA data into information that non-scientists can use. One of his big projects is monitoring plant stress from space, which can give farmers a 2-4 week early warning...

A life in the Webb Residence

Hello all! I’m Taylor Shouse, I’m 27 years of age and I’m interviewing my mother Heather Webb and she is 47 years of age. Today we are talking about Heathers fun and interesting life! I hope you all enjoy!

Seema Gupte and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Seema Gupte, born and raised in India, talks about her childhood living between her family’s farm and in the city. After immigrating to America, she adjusted to the many cultural differences. Once she moved to...

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Terez Limer and Kira Limer

KL interviews TL about her community & community service, her sense of home, and the love of nature, plants, and animals they both share as mother and daughter.

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Joe Davis and Barbara Davis

Siblings, Barbara Davis (61) and Joe Davis (54), reminisce about their childhood in Miami, FL, tell stories about their family traditions, and reflect on how their parents helped shape who they are today.

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Hilary Trudell and Andy Vaught

Hilary Trudell (38) shares a conversation with her partner, Andy Vaught (38), about being children of divorced parents and the differences they want to make in their own parenting.