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- Curaçao 65
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- Antarctica 65
- Provincetown 43
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Steve Desroches (48) talks to David Brown (59) about his time as a meteorologist at WCVB, Boston's ABC affiliate, and covering and forecasting the weather.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Christopher Kenney about his life as a dancer and as Edie, a high-kicking drag queen.
Charles is a very interesting and versatile person
Steve Desroches (47) and Michael Steers (45) talk about Steers' career as a drag queen performing as Anita Cocktail in Provincetown, Massachusetts and beyond.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to his husband, singer songwriter Peter Donnelly (63) about his process of writing a song. Donnelly sings a few of his more recent works.
This is a recording of my grandmother, barbara sifflard, sharing the stories of her life, her perfect love story, and the memories of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Joe O'Geen (32) has a conversation with his mom, Mary Jo Peed (64), about her childhood, education and career path.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to underground filmmaker Jonathan Morrill (61) about his work, specifically his cult classic movie "Johnny in Monsterland."
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Dr. Matt Bell (51) about his work as a professor at Bridgewater State University (MA) specifically his work in the field of queer studies.
Steve Desroches (47) talks to Zoe Lewis (57) about her life as a musician and traveling the world.
Steve Desroches (47) and Jay Critchley (74) talk about ReRooters Day a holiday unique to Provincetown, Massachusetts that Critchley created in 1983. Celebrated every year on January 7 on the flats of the East End of town its a beloved...
Conversation about family from Wisconsin. Joanne’s parents and grandparents.
We discuss Alice Jones’ life, from graduating from high school during World War II to charming stories about her husband and children.
Aurora Rothe (25) speaks with her friend and peer, Joanna Young (33), about their different experiences in Antarctica and issues of women in science.
Kent Wyckof (73) tells his sons Jason Wyckoff (37) and Scott Wyckoff (34) about his time working for the U.S. government collecting data in Antarctica in the 1960s.
Awarded the Legion of Honor on the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Norm Grossman, now 92, shares stories of war, life and love.
Steve Desroches (47) and Deb Minsky (72) talk about the beloved characters throughout recent history in the wonderfully eccentric town of Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to John James Pirroni (36) about his work as a drag queen performing under the name Delta Miles.
Sandy Macfarlane and Trish Morse discuss being firsts (female shellfish biologist in Massachusetts and female Ph.D. from Woods Hole, respectively) and meeting for the first time through the New England Estuarine Research Society.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Scott Martino (51) about Kook, a legendary and wild weekly party in Provincetown, Massachusetts co-founded by Martino that ran for 15 years. His dogs Dolly and Perry make themselves known occassionally.
Steve Desroches (48) talks to Devin Marchany (35), also known as Roxy Pops, about his work as a drag queen in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Sora Frankel, born in 1919, recalls her first date, courtship, wedding and honeymoon in New York City in a conversation with her grandson.
One Small Step partners, Andrew Burnham (50) and Brendan Daly (59), share their political beliefs, their shared experience of the non-profit world and come to reminisce about how politics didn't used to be such a touchy subject.
Maggie’s interview with her Nana, Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd, 2017.
Bennett "Ben" Steelman (67) shares a conversation with his wife, Elizabeth "Beth" Steelman (74). They discuss Ben's father, trips they've taken around the world, and family.