College friends Evelyn and Reyane

Evelyn Kramer: 2020-06-06 17:47:43 Evelyn talks with her college friend Reyane who she hasn't seen since graduation six years ago, when Reyane moved from the U.S. back to Kenya. We talk about Reyane's childhood, what it was like going to...

“It wasn’t easy” – Growing up in New York

My grandfather talks about the changes he experienced and how difficult life was growing up in New York with nothing. He discusses his relationship with his brother and some stories from schooling in Cuba. How he managed to overcome immense...

Professional private tutor talks about being a copywriter, when you're a student
February 28, 2019 App Interview

Freelance writing is a great job option for college students because it is something that they can do when they are away from class. I actually started this career when I was an architecture student because I was having a...

Reverse Glass Painting with Mike Artz

Today’s Interview was with a local Artist Mike Artz. Mike is a colleague of mine, not in the art field but today was all about his art.

Tatev Yeghiazaryan

Tatev Yeghiazaryan (in Brooklyn) speaks with her mom, Karine Arshakyan (in NJ) on mother's day about Karine's life in Armenia during the Soviet era and after its collapse; her emigration and bringing of family to the U.S. and the insightful...

Celebrating Bubbe’s Life

I interviewed my grandmother, Linda Fisher. My name is Noa Fisher, I am sixteen years old and we are both from New York. My interview's purpose was to celebrate the life of my grandmother(or as I like to call her...

Where are you from and why are you here? Leeanne interviews Tania about growing up between cultures and what led to her move to Norway.

In this interview, Tania discusses being a hyper and adventure-seeking child growing up both Danish and American in New York. She compares her wild plans for the future to how things turned out, what led her to decide to move...

The Impact Of 9/11 On Chandi Pariya’s Life

9/11 greatly impacted Chandi Pariya's life. Chandi Pariya was looking for a job and because of 9/11, he could not find a stable job as a foreign immigrant.

Reflecting on the past 96 years.

This is an interview with my Grandma, Yolanda Costa, on her 96th birthday. She grew up in Greenpoint, New York. She was one of 11 children in a large Catholic family. She was married to her husband, Joseph Costa for...

Truths In Our Stories

On May 20th, 2019 Emma Law interviews her mother, Dawn law, in Superior Colorado asking about her life experiences from the late 1900s into the 2000s. Dawn describes growing up in a mostly white neighborhood in Canandaigua, New York. She...

A Conversation between Judy Gingold, feminist writer and editor, and her husband, David Freeman, writer and Hollywood screenwriter

"Someone's maleness should never be a license for... anything." Oxford and Yale-educated Judy Gingold, joined Newsweek in its 70's heyday, and led a feminist revolution. https://www.npr.org/2012/09/09/160685709/good-girls-revolt-story-of-a-newsroom-uprising In 2017, she was diagnosed with memory impairment, and her husband, David Freeman, agreed...

1700 Miles from Home

Lisa Pfeffer talks about her life growing up on Long Island in an Italian-American family. She discusses being moved to Texas at 12 years old, and facing prejudices for being different. She reflects on her childhood 1700 miles away from...

Technology Era

Interview with Aaron Kirkendoll about the Tech era

Interview with Nichole Hernandez! :)

I interviewed Nichole because I want to know her better. I met her in Queens College and I want to know about her future career, her past and what she likes.

"Open to the surprising encounter" -Paolo Puccini, CSP

Paolo Puccini describes himself as a pilgrim and a missionary. His Catholic journey and evangelization led him to the Paulist Fathers. After several years of study and formation with the community, in September 2019, Paolo made his final promises to...

Julie Peck and Barbara Weber "Life lessons"

Julie Peck: 2020-08-17 16:03:16. Julie Peck, 72, and Barbara Weber, 79, friends from Osher, a lifelong learning group. We discussed her decade as a Coast Guard Wife and new Mom living in California, the isolation of Hawaii, and re-engagement with...

“Never trust your cat”

This interview was conducted on November 27, 2017 in Glenville, New York. Sydney Blodgett interviews her father, Jeff Blodgett about his childhood living in Upstate NY, his parents and siblings, and his time serving in the military. He talks about...

2017 New York City truck attack

This is about 2017 New York City truck attack and how Bill Reynolds, my dad, saw it on the news and his thoughts on it. This tragedy happened in his lifetime so he was able to talk about it.

Andrew Burdick interviews Dave West #5 (20200910) Locksmithing: knowledge, coordination, and considerations

Andrew Burdick and Dave West in their fifth Storycorps Connect interview. We cover Dave's life as a locksmith: how he got started , the breadth of his decades of work at Shenendehowa High School, and a favorite Repair Cafe story...

My Father’s Life and His Lessons
November 26, 2018 App Interview

Anthony discusses his life and the lessons he has learned with his son Stephen.

I miss you! I miss you too.

Katie Brook and Liza Birkenmeier talk about the live performance, the show they were supposed to be doing today, and the circumstances of their life and friendship during the pandemic.

Steven’s interview

Steven talks about his childhood, experiences as an adolescent, and things to inspire the youth. Laugh along with Steven and Savannah as they talk about Steven’s life.