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Christopher Sulmonte talks with his wife Laura (both 28) about his experiences working in the Johns Hopkins Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile (47) talks to her wife, Heather Riley (41), about her love for being a librarian, especially in Baltimore, and the sense of community she has found through it.
Michael Horn asks his father, Kemp Horn what he wants discussed at his wake.
Thomas Riddle (56) talks to his therapist David Avruch (32) about his life, his addiction to heroin, learning to love himself, the challenges of recovery, and how he hopes to help other people struggling.
Granddaddy told stories of his childhood and some of his children. Hank occasionally interjected his perception. Ken shared stories of his childhood friends and what he learned.
Mabel and I discussed the importance of being kind and always telling the truth. She believes there is a purpose for everything and to never be afraid to speak up.
How Gordon grew up the 40s, how our ancestors came from The Ukraine, and how he decided to become a lawyer.
I interviewed my mother because I had to work on Thanksgiving and couldn’t meet up with my family
Erin Sim interviews her mentor in occupational therapy, Kelly Casey, about her past accomplishments, current projects, and future goals.
Kathryn Roberts: 2020-08-17 15:57:33 - I talked to my mom (85) about her life during COVID, her childhood in Virginia and Maryland, and anything about life now. I learned a lot!
We talked about our loves and how others have touched us thus far. It was very enlightening conversation that caused me to see my wife in a whole new way.
Andre Papantonio (69) talks to his goddaughter Adrienne Clermont (30) about how he came to live in Baltimore, his many lives in the city as an activist, teacher, and pyschotherapist who was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam movements,...
Talked about life and healthy aging of an adult along with needed advice.
An interview with my mom about introducing children to the news and media, particularly in today’s global pandemic.