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Teriyana Morton (28) interviews her new friend and conversation partner Noah Hallstrom (29), about his childhood, his family, and his experiences with mental health and neurodivergence.
Sisters Sue Jones (68), Gin Laughery (77), and Nancy Anderson (72) remember their father and the legacy of his musical career.
Gina Livingston (40) interviews her father Decio "Dez" Rubano (91) about the role playing drums in bands and orchestras has had in his life, and Dez relates many stories about the interesting experiences he has had as a result of...
Michael Rex Tabler (76) and his daughter, Chelan Kleyn (48), remember Paul Lauzier and share a conversation about the work they've done together at the Paul Lauzier Foundation.
Coworkers, John Ramirez (33) and Maira Sanchez (25), have a conversation about sandwiches, their experiences, Hispanic culture, their job at the library, and how their life has been since COVID-19 began.
Carolann Swartz (75) speaks with her son Dustin Swartz (39) about life, Moses Lake, and community service.
Rey Ortega (43) interviews his friend Viv [No Name Given] (26) about the art they create through various forms of creative expression and their advocacy work.
Susan Mather (58) and her son Nicholas Mather (35) share a conversation about their family, their careers, their Faith, and their hopes for the future.
José Prieto Mendoza [no edad dado] comparte una conversación con su hija, María Prieto (50), y su nieto, Alex Gable (23), sobre su infancia, su inmigración a los Estados Unidos desde México y su familia. [Jose Prieto Mendoza [no age...
Ann Schempp (45) interviews her friend William "Chuck" Warren (77) about his music career, band, legacy, and connection to Moses Lake, Washington.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Ed Field (74) about his upbringing, his family’s farm, and his experience operating feedlots.
Friends and colleagues, Harriet Weber (65) and Nancy Warner (70) interview Tatyana Kobzar [no age given] about her journey to the United States from Ukraine. They also talk about family and Christianity.
Friends Joelle DeHerrera (43) and Alicia Taylor (43) share a conversation about how their personal teen pregnancy experiences led them to be the friends and people they are today. They also talk about shame, acceptance, and past challenges as mothers.
Ann Schempp (45) interviews her colleague Margaret Schiffner (84) about her family, her childhood, and her involvement in the Moses Lake community.
Jonathan "Jon" Lane (74) interviews his high school wrestling coach, Dick Deane (85), about his life of service to the Moses Lake community. Dick talks about his family, shares memories from high school and college, and explores memories from his...
Dennis Knepp (51) shares a conversation with new friend Lea Zikmund (26), about his first week in grad school, his education, and how he transitioned from student to teacher. They are talk about family, adventures aboard, and what he is...
Denise Keegan (71) and her friend Duane Nycz (62) share a conversation about their bartending and restaurant careers, their families, the COVID-19 pandemic, and Soap Lake, WA, the city that they both call home.
Friends Richard Teals (81) and Louis Logan (79) share a conversation about the Trails Planning Team in Moses Lake, WA.
Kathy Mason (78) talks with her grandson Emmitt Tatum (21) about her husband and Emmitt's grandfather, Lou. Kathy and Emmitt reflect on Lou's upbringing, time in the navy and education, and his retirement.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Lily Medrano [no age given] about her upbringing, life between Mercedes, Texas and Quincy, Washington, and journey to becoming a medical assistant.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend, Glenda Bishop (60), about her upbringing, transition from the Midwest to Quincy, Washington, musical talents, and her journey to becoming the risk manager and CEO of Quincy Valley Medical Center.
Sunshine Pray (49) and her daughter, Apryl Yearout (32), share a conversation about their Native American roots, racism, white privilege, and their relationships with their extended family.
Don Hochstatter (58) interviews his father, Harold Hochstatter (84), about his childhood, his experience in the U.S. Army, his political career, his family, his perspective on death, and his Christian Faith.
Friends and colleagues Courtney Redding (53) and Jacob Towne (27) share a conversation about mental health and veterinary medicine.
During this interview I talked with Norma Mendoza Robles she is 75 years old and she is my Grandmother. She lived in Agua prieta Mexico. Norma talked about her mom and dad and she talked about how she played the...