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I talked about wonderful memories of my family and friends. It was fun to relive the ‘old days’ with my sweet grandson, Huston. Some of the people and stories he had heard about, but I think there were a few...
This interview was conducted with me and my stepdad! We touched based on his job working for the department of defense and took a trip down memory lane as he told me stories from his youth involving media.
Misty and Alison talk about her journey to Richmond, nonprofit work, life in politics (local, state, and national), and who has helped her along the way.
Jackie and Alison talk about the way the Carberrys built their company with the community at its core. Her strong belief in God and community keeps her focused on gratefulness. "What am I supposed to be doing and how can...
Discussing the effects of social media and how information technology has evolved over the years pertaining to how we learn and communicate as a society. Discussing possible solutions and things to keep in mind while living in such impersonal/anonymous times...
Sarah Hale (54) and Erik DeVriendt (41) talk about faith, vocation, and how they are thinking through and responding to social and racial injustice in our city and nation today.
My Mom is Brigitta Woodward, born and raised in Kalrsruhe, Germany, and 59 years young. My parents married in Germany when my mom was 32, and she left her life there to move to upstate New York with my siblings...
To understand pride and resistance, we must ask and see examples of it. We have my older brother, Jesus. He’s a activist and photographer. He understands what it means and gives a description of them.
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!
Joe Swanson, also know as "Trophy Joe", is an artist and skateboarder extraordinaire. We discusses childhood memories and what it was like to grow up as an introverted lefty in Richmond.
Interviewing Marcus Fleming an upcoming artist in Richmond on his soon to be EP.
José Luis and Alison discuss the things he loves about Richmond while also acknowledging the challenges of making a life in a new country. The two also talk about his love of learning, travel, and his future education plans!
Daisah Boyd speaks on her opinion of feminism and what it means to be a feminist.
Andres and I discussed his childhood and the ways he likes to reflect on cherished memories.
Doug and Alison talk about growing up in Economy, his family life, and how his career path led him to community efforts such as the formation of the Wayne County Foundation, a successful community foundation created in Richmond, IN.
In this interview I talk to 21 year old Yesenia to see how technology and media has advanced over the years and where she sees it going in the future.
Yazmine Dearing (21) talks with her mother, Dana Kincaid (50) about her movie watching experiences both growing up and now.
Jan Carlton (83) speaks to her step-granddaughter Alyssa Ahnell (17) about having big dreams, love, traveling, cooking, and all the people that she has met along the way. EDIT: Jan wanted to add how her final husband, Warren, went on...
I had a talk with my dad about his life as a pilot and what it will take for me to do the same
We gave a little background on us and talked about events in the past year (2018) and thoughts about the year to come.
Alison and Bridget talk with her children about making the family decision to welcome a newborn into their family. Cash has changed their family for the better and helped their children gain a new perspective on life!