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I interview a fellow cast member in Young Frankenstein about his life and highs and lows and general questions. Apologies for the background noise, people were arriving for our show we have tonight!
My grandmother, Louise Becker, is a member of the Kalispel tribe.
Laura Rosenfeld (32) talks with her grandmother, Roberta "Bobbie" Sahr (82) about her childhood, courtship and marriage with her husband, John Sahr, and advice for her grandchildren.
Growing up and going to college. General life experiences. Work life balance. Advice for future generations.
This is an interview of Pastor Joe Wittwer, covering everything from his childhood to what Jesus is currently doing in the city of Spokane, WA.
Jamie and Kate talk about their experience working in a SNF during the COVID pandemic. Includes stories of vaccinated residents testing positive after exposure by unvaccinated healthcare workers, and a plea for vaccination.
Leslie Heffernan, (43) speaks with her mother, Judith Holter; (75) about her memories of the eruption of Mount St. Helens on the 40th anniversary of the eruption.
Greg shares with Shane, his physical therapist, the events that led up to him getting an artificial heart and what life is like for him as he waits for a donor heart. Greg is one of only 28 people living...
Thomas Heberlein interviewed his wife Elizabeth Thomson about her family's summer cabin on Forest Service land at Priest Lake. They were awarded one of the last permits at Priest Lake in the late 1950s . Betty talked about the summer...
Today we talked about my mom and her life. I wanted to interview my mom because I wanted to learn more about her.
We talked about his life and the lessons he learned throughout it.
We talked about his childhood memories and most important people in his life. He also greatful and thankful that he has to wake up everyday and thank god that he is still breathing. He also gave advice to young people...
Susan talks about her high school years and political experiences and beliefs.
This is an interview of my great aunt who is 71, and her childhood.
Zack Zappone and his Grandpa Dave King sneak away during halftime of the football game to record a conversation about what life was like growing up in Spokane in the 1950s