Retired teacher George Lengel remembers growing up in the company town of Roebling, NJ.
Iraq war Veteran Travis Williams, sole survivor of his 12-man squad, remembers the explosion that... more.
91-year-old Henry Belcher tells his friend Major A. Mason III about tap dancing in the... more.
Tyrese Graham remembers his first day as a teacher at John Marshall Metropolitan High School... more.
Robert Griffo remembers how his life changed after the "Black Monday" stock market crash of... more.
Mark Edens tells his daughter, Jessie, about his career with the Michigan State Police.
Retired Sgt. 1st Class Max Voelz remembers his wife, Staff Sgt. Kimberly Voelz, who died... more.
Richard Craig, a veteran dance host on cruise ships, talks about his work.
Dr. Pedro "Joe" Greer talks to his wife, Janus, about how he started working with... more.
Daniel Ross talks about being a volunteer firefighter while serving time in a minimum security... more.
Dawn Maestas, who removes tattoos for survivors of domestic violence, talks to a client about... more.
Retired police officer Walter Fahey tells his son Bill about his long career.
Charlie Brotman tells his friend Tom Wiener about his first day as a baseball announcer.
Lendall Hill tells his daughter, Lori FitzGerald, about his father's artificial leg.
Leon Kogut talks with his son, Marat Kogut, an NBA referee.
Marine Corporal Paul Wayman (L) talks with his friend Nathanael Roberti, (R) a former Navy... more.
"My mother would tell me, 'If you don't straighten yourself out, you're going to end up going to Springer.'"
Larry Hoover tells his granddaughter Anastacia Garcia about his time at The New Mexico Boys'... more.
“My mother would tell me, 'If you don't straighten yourself out, you're going to end up going to Springer.'”
Larry Hoover tells his granddaughter Anastacia Garcia about his time at The New Mexico Boys' School in Springer, New Mexico.
Former NBA player Kenny Sailors, 87, tells his friend Anne Brande about pioneering the jump... more.
Earl Reynolds Jr. tells his daughter, Ashley, about meeting James Brown at his father's barbershop... more.
Debra Goodman interviews her friend Ed Trinka, a doorman at the Plaza Hotel since 1963.