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Marianna Davis (20) speaks with her grandfather, Leo Davis Jr. (65) about media and the ways it is consumed and discovered in various eras of the 21st century. Topics such as love songs, political music, and music mediums are covered...
Spouses, Rose Fletcher (37) and Will Fletcher (41), talk about the first time they met, their courtship, and their life as parents.
Matt Rockhill interviews his father, Jody, about his rural childhood and his transition into urban life.
My grandpa talks about child hoood through teenage/young adult age all the way to middle aged life.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Rochester, New York, Trent discusses memories about growing up in a family of 11 children and how the people in his life have affected him. He also talks about meeting his wife...
talked about my mom growing up, becoming a parent, and learning how to be a mom!
Lola DeAscentiis (17) interviews her great-grandfather, Rocco Cerretto (99), about his experience being drafted during World War II and his life after coming home.
In this interview, conducted on November 24th, 2018 in Rochester, New York, Aviva Berke (16) interviews her aunt Jennifer Dockstator (57) about their childhood in Rochester and moving to Canada when she grew up. Jennifer shares stories from her family...
Caitlin Dolorico-McPeake(17) talks with Grandma Rita(87) about her life and experiences. Discussed within are topics including (but not limited to) World War II, the Glass Ceiling, terrible cooking, the Italian Mafia, and the Korean Conflict.
Jackson shares about himself and life as the big brother to three siblings.
My grandma talks about life.
Colleagues Jennifer Phillips (36) and Gary Palmer (58) talk about their roles at The Hochstein School, different music programs they are involved in, and how they use music to serve the Rochester community.
Lizzie DeGraw (18) interviews her best friend, Maddy Guinen (18), about her childhood, school, coming of age, and how the Coronavirus affected her last year of highschool.
Speaking with my dad about the experience of immigrating and being an immigrant.
My parents Donny and Maryann Tychoniewicz y’all about life as a married couple, parents, and best friends.
Talked about everything From sailing to mental Health to the future.
Steve describes himself as a hippie during his youth. This story tells about free lodging he stumbled into in the early 70s.
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...