Robert Patterson, who has Alzheimer's disease, speaks with his wife, Karen.
Barbara Cooper (L) tells her mother, Jody Houston (R), about living with a form of... more.
Ky-Antre Compton to Stuart Chittenden, his mentor from Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Jose "Pepe" Noriega , one of over 14,000 children who came to the U.S. as... more.
Jose "Pepe" Noriega , one of over 14,000 children who came to the U.S. as part of Operation Pedro Pan, speaks ...
Nineteen-year-old Noe Rueda (R) talks to his high school economics teacher, Alex Fernandez (L), about... more.
Mary Caplan tells her friend Emily Collazo about her brother's death from AIDS in the... more.
Barbara Dundon tells her husband, Jack, how her mother, Dorothy Lang, found love in an... more.
Hee-Sook Lee talks with her daughter, Joyce.
Fanni Green (L) tells her daughter, Danyealah (R), about moving her mother, Pauline, into an... more.
Joan DeLevie (R) tells her daughter, Sharon (L), how she met her husband, Ari at... more.
Tony Perri tells his grandson, Jeffrey about coming out as a gay man.
Paul Crowley (L) talks with his friend and fellow veteran Anthony Bravo Esparza (R), who... more.
Hilda Chacón and her husband, Pedro Morán-Palma, remember when they first met twenty years ago.
David Shea tells his friend Alice Doyle about learning something new about his father, Denny... more.
Congressman Raul Grijalva talks to his daughter Marisa about his mother's influence on his education.
Father Michael Duffy talks about how he came to give the homily at the funeral... more.
Joyce Butler remembers her mother, who worked in a shipyard during World War II, in... more.
George Edwardson tells his cousin, Doreen Simmonds, about watching his grandfather translate the New Testament... more.
George Edwardson tells his cousin, Doreen Simmonds, about watching his grandfather translate the New Testament into Inupiaq, their native language.
Cynthia Rahn remembers trying to complete a kindergarten class project.
Kim Emerson tells her friend Gladys Chen about the day Kim's sister, Kendra Webdale, was... more.