Jim Krawczyk remembers seeking out the late author and recluse J.D. Salinger in the 1960s.
Tony Perri tells his grandson, Jeffrey about coming out as a gay man.
89-year-old Bob Panara, who became deaf when he was ten, tells his friend Greg Livadas... more.
94-year-old Betty Jenkins remembers a gift from her mother.
Michelle Cadwallader remembers her grandmother in an interview with her partner, Tracey Epp.
Allen Hoe remembers meeting Major Paula Couglin, an Army nurse, at the 2005 Memorial Day... more.
David Shea tells his friend Alice Doyle about learning something new about his father, Denny... more.
"I went into Uncle Jake's room and opened up the dictionary, and in the middle was hidden a magazine..."
84-year-old Miriam Kerpen to her daughter, Lisa Shufro.
Sister Vincent Cecire, 94, tells her friend Sister Catherine Garry how she fell in love... more.
Charlie Brotman tells his friend Tom Wiener about his first day as a baseball announcer.
Sgt. Major Lisa Torello remembers her father, Sgt 1st Class Carl Torello, who was killed... more.
88-year-old Joseph Miller tells his niece, Diane Himmelbaum, about a relative from Brooklyn.
Richard Hunt to his daughter, Leslie Hunt.
Sean Plasse tells his friend Blanche Podhajski about being dyslexic.
Kiyan Williams (R) talks with friend Darnell Moore (L) about growing up queer in Newark,... more.
Kiyan Williams (R) talks with friend Darnell Moore (L) about growing up queer in Newark, New Jersey during the 1990s.
Jim Crane tells his daughter Missy Worden what he liked best about college.
Roscoe Brown, Jr., telling his friend Javier Henriquez about being a Tuskegee Airman.
Sue Adam (L) tells her daughter, Deborah Dimasi (R), about her decision to place Deborah... more.