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Mr. Brown (43) talks about his life and how the experiences have influenced him as an artist. He also talks about what drives his techniques.
Jerry, Jeff and Marge Konkel talking about their fondest memories of Jo Konkel.
Jackson (18) talks to his mom, Allison (59) about her going back to Seminary after taking a break from sitting behind a desk for almost 40 years.
Ben Ellingson (84) humbly discusses his journey with his grandson, Caden Nestler (18) from struggling to stay afloat to becoming an orthodontist.
In this interview, I discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the community and the family with my father. Past similar experiences, present adaptions, and possible future effects are all highlighted.
Mitchel Branden (58) talks with his daughter, Tasha Branden (19) about how his life influenced his time in the U.S. Navy (1980-1984) and how the navy influenced his life post service.
Moments after being born Michael was put into foster care where he spent the first few months of his life until a young couple adopted him. He grew up not knowing who his birth-parents were until as an adult he...
I enjoy listening to my mom. Althought that I stumbled on translating, just listening to them was great!
I speak to my grandpa about growing up, his career and work, and how religion applies to his life.
There were many subjects that were talked about, but some of the main themes including life in Texas, significance of friends and family, never stop learning.
As per the title, I did an interview with my dad about his life in Germany and being in the military and such.
Arly talks about her school years in Watertown, Minnesota. grades 1-12, 1938-1951
Patrick, Shirley, Max, Aaron, and Jackey share memories about the house and hopes for its future.
I had the opportunity to interview my parents for a school project! Little did I know I’d learn a lot in just 30 minutes. This interview is raw, lighthearted, and heavy at times. It is a bit choppy towards the...
Sophia Myers-Kelley asks her mom Rene Myers questions about her childhood, memories, and wishes for the future.
My co-worker agreed to talk with me about being Jewish. She gave insights about her own experiences along with her family's customs/heritage.
We discussed memories of the Great Depression, WWII, family members, and stories passed from an older generation.
Value of personal relationships, use technology wisely, and live in the moment.
Diana and I talked about the Venezuelan influence and traditions in her life. Another major emphasis was on how different life and attitudes are between Florida and the Midwest.
Memories with my grandma and my grandpa joins in adding a little rant