StoryCorps 358: Because of You
Adrienne D'Luna Directo interviews her parents, Debra and Lionel D'Luna, about her sister Alexis who died from complications of CHARGE syndrome in 2012.
StoryCorps 356: Remembering Spalding
Kathleen Russo and Marissa Maier, widow and stepdaughter of the writer and monologist Spalding Gray, remember the day he disappeared.
Yasmina Guerda with Katie Simon
StoryCorps 355: Don't Have To Lie Anymore
Mary Moran Murphy and Susan Mello Souza were both teenage mothers. They met in 1968 at Saint Mary's Home for Unwed Mothers in Dorchester, Massachusetts, where they had been sent to hide their pregnancies.
Nadia Reiman, Katie Simon and Eve Claxton
StoryCorps 354: Feliz Navidad
Yelitza Castro talks with her friend Willie Davis about serving meals to the homeless community in Charlotte, North Carolina for the past three years.
StoryCorps 353: A Small Miracle
Maria Vasquez-Rojas talks with her brother, Francisco Vasquez, about being diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly after finding out she was pregnant.
StoryCorps 350: Sad Day in Texas
Glenda Rike tells her son, Larry, how his father, Aubrey Rike, came to be one of the few present when President John F. Kennedy received his last rites on November 22, 1963.
StoryCorps 348: Just Us
Two teenage sisters, whose names are withheld to respect their privacy, remember confiding in each other about being sexually abused by their uncle. They recorded this conversation just 10 days after he was sentenced.
Katie Simon with Jud Esty-Kendall
StoryCorps 346: Never Say Goodbye
Danny and Annie Perasa first came to StoryCorps in 2004 to share their love story. Two years later, Danny was diagnosed with terminal cancer. A week before he died, Danny and Annie sat down for one last interview. Recently we spoke with Annie about her life today.
Michael Garofalo & Sarah Kramer
StoryCorps 345: His Name is Carl
Rebecca Greenberg came to StoryCorps with her mother, Laura, to hear about the characters Laura grew up with in Queens during the 1950s. She also heard Laura's version of her parents' courtship. It seemed fair to invite the family back so Rebecca's father, Carl, could tell his side of the story.
StoryCorps 344: Wil Power
At 27, Wil Smith's age wasn't the only thing that set him apart from other college freshmen. He was also raising his infant daughter, Olivia. At StoryCorps, they looked back on their college days. Just before recording, Wil found out he had cancer. Recently, they came back to tell us how they’re doing now.
Jasmyn Belcher & Nadia Reiman