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We talked about Christina's life and her accomplishments. To learn more read our memoir, The Story of Christina and I https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B091CL5MML/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1616991723&sr=1-1
Steven Rauscher (33) and Michael Nunes (34) - friends and former coworkers - discuss the personal and professional impact of the Covid-19 pandemic with an eye to the future.
Steven Rauscher (33) speaks with his friend and former coworker Eric Myszkowski (28) about the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment in general and the service industry in Philadelphia specifically.
The story of how I drove across the country to move to LA
Alice "Putty" Willetts grew up in Swarthmore, and has lived here nearly 100 years. She is interviewed by her former gym class student who is now also a senior citizen, Barbara Bernhardt. Putty taught gym for decades. She was on...
Steven Rauscher (33) and Alex Valletta (30) - friends and former coworkers - discuss concerns for the present and future health of Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Steven Rauscher (33) and Brandon Thrash discuss the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry, with a special focus on how the value of service and hospitality in America needs to be redefined and reframed moving...
Steven Rauscher (33) and his friend and former coworker Sheneeka Ocasio (30) discuss the intersection of pandemic and politics in Philadelphia's service and hospitality industry.
Steven Rauscher (33) and Harry Jamison (29) discuss the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment, opportunity, and happiness in the City of Brotherly Love. Recording issues dogged the first half (and even a bit of the second half) of...
Day after thanksgiving 2015. Conversation with Barbara Drizin, age 78, about growing up as a woman in the 1950s, marrying at age 21, finding true love, raising kids in the burbs, and having 13 grandchildren.