Life in California During the 80’s as a Young Korean, Discussed by Jin Kim.
November 27, 2017 App Interview

In this interview conducted in November 2017 in Murrieta, California. Reece Kim (15) interviews his father Jin Kim (45) about life in California during the 80's and so on. Mr. Kim shares stories about his life during his high school...

How the Boy Scouts made me learn to swim.
December 14, 2021 App Interview

Mr. Bennett tell us how was his childhood on the Boy Scouts and how that made him learn how to swim.

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Rosalyn Schragg and Leanna Hayes

Rosalyn Schragg [no age given] interviews her friend Leanna Hayes [no age given] about Rosalyn’s journey from Rotherham, England to Soap Lake, Washington State. They also discuss Rosalyn’s marriage, children, career, and home.

Interview with Abby Gase

Story of success for a Paralympic gold medalist despite her disability

Ben Peihe Interviews Fellow Student Ximena Murillo Islas on Life, Friendship, Family, and More.

Freshman student Benjamin Peihe (14) at Canton High School interviews his friend and fellow student Ximena Murillo Islas (15). They talk about things like friendship, family, and life experiences.

Grandma and Grandpa Kauffman Tell of Life in Rural Iowa and Suburban Missouri Through the Years

The date is November 26, 2016, and Lexi Kayser and her grandparents sit down for an interview in Troy, Missouri. Sandra Kauffman and her husband, Tom, told stories of their lives growing up. Tom lived on a farm while Sandy...

Artistic Life

Betty McKeone talked about her love for swimming and art. She showed us some pieces of art she made and talked about how she ran the swimming pool for a long period of time. She mentioned her family briefly.

Swimming/Band

Talked about swimming and band in high school

2nd is Great

Hard work builds up to one meet. One relay that has great chances of winning faces adversity, and races their hearts out.

Interview with eight year old Charley (a girl)

Charley talks about her favorite thing to do — swim! Also, a few words about LONDON, England swimmers.

Interview with Omar. Enayah and her brother Omar talk about their family connection and self growth.

In this interview, conducted in November, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, Enayah interviews her brother about their family connection and self growth. Omar shares some great memories he had as he was a child with his sister (siblings) and friends. He...

Childhood Anecdotes of Victor John Nelli Jr.

This interview took place on the 26th of November 2017 in Studio City California between Cleomene Nelli and his dad Victor John Nelli Jr. During this interview, Victor Nelli talks about childhood experiences he went through while growing up. The...

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Patricia Keating, Lorrie Keating Heinemann, and Robert Keating

Siblings, Lorrie Keating Heinemann (60) and Robert Keating (61), interview their sister, Patricia "Pat" Keating (78), about her early life, her work, her hobbies, and how she learned to navigate life as a blind person. They also share some favorite...

More than a Sport: How Swimming has Shaped Jessica’s Life

Judy interviews Jessica on her transformative journey through swimming. It shows her reluctant beginnings in swim lessons to the lifelong friendships forged at her childhood swim team, The Ranch. As Jessica reflects on her relationship with swimming, she discovers the...

Brycen and Laura L. – An Evening Interview

Brycen interviews his mother, Laura, on a cool October evening. They discuss family, memories, and growing up.

Thanksgiving with Aunt Francie, 2019

Park family (Dave, Bill, Beverly, Frances and Connie) memories, working as a seamstress, The Great Depression, Sadie and General Eisenhower, children’s and widow’s needs after a father’s death.

Interview With Grammie(Christine Smith)

My grandmother and I talked a lot about the things that have had the greatest impact on her life. We discussed that the most important thing in life is family; wether it’s playing card games or having family dinners, you...

Stories from Stan

We discussed stories, both good and bad, from Stan’s life from the past and more recently and the significance and meaning they have today in his life today.

Never wanna leave

Ellie Phillips and Pam Phillips. Pam is my mom, I am 15 years old. Man-of-war can rarley kill humans but when attacked by a whole school it is more likely, my mom learned the hard way. The best part was...