All There Is

All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps Press Release

In StoryCorps’ newest book, All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps, founder Dave Isay shares stories of love and marriage, revealing the many and remarkable paths that relationships can take.

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Animated Short

“To R.P. Salazar, with Love”

In January 2007, Rachel P. Salazar and Ruben P. Salazar were living 9,000 miles apart and completely unaware of each others’ existence. But when an email meant for Rachel accidentally went to Ruben, it wasn’t long before an ordinary mistake began to look like an extraordinary stroke of luck.
Release Date: January 26, 2012
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Click on the links below to download All There Is stories, photos, intros from the book, and CD.

Hilda Chacón and Pedro Morán-Palma: Hilda Chacón and her husband, Pedro Morán-Palma, remember when they first met 20 years ago.

Hunny and Elliot Reiken: Elliot Reiken remembers how he and his identical twin brother, Danny, met and married another set of identical twins, Hunny and Bunny Feller.

Andrea St. John : Andrea St. John remembers her fiancé, Kevin Broderick.

Bobbi Côté-Whitacre and Sandi Côté-Whitacre: Bobbi Côté-Whitacre and her wife, Sandi, talk about their relationship.

Scott Wall and Isabel Sobozinsky-Wall: Scott Wall and his wife, Isabel Sobozinsky-Wall, talk about their long-distance courtship that began on New Year’s Eve.

Rachel Salazar and Ruben Salazar: Rachel Salazar and her husband, Ruben, remember how their romance started with a typo.

Beverly Eckert: Beverly Eckert remembers her husband, Sean Rooney, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Paul Wilson and his daughter Marty Smith : Paul Wilson tells his daughter Marty Smith about meeting her mother at the building where he worked in the early 1940s.

David Wilson: David Wilson, a plaintiff in the 2004 court decision legalizing same-sex marriage in Massachusetts, remembers the death of his first partner.

Andrea McKnight and Jay McKnight : Andrea McKnight and her husband, Jay, remember meeting as teenagers in the 1950s.

Don Boniface and Ted Kuhar: Don Boniface and his life partner, Ted Kuhar, talk about how their relationship began.

PJ Goetz: PJ Goetz tells her son, Sam, about how she met his father.

Lauren Vincelli and her parents, Mary and Peter: Lauren Vincelli interviews her parents, Mary and Peter, about being high school sweethearts.

Judi Frabosilo and Philip Frabosilo: Judi Frabosilo and her husband, Philip, remember how they got married.

Rebia Mixon-Clay: Rebia Mixon-Clay remembers her late husband, Frank Mixon.

Max Voelz: Retired Sgt. 1st Class Max Voelz remembers his wife, Staff Sgt. Kimberly Voelz, who died in Iraq while disarming an IED.

Granvilette Kestenbaum: Granvilette Kestenbaum remembers her husband, Howard, who died in the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001.

Ron and Pepper Miller: Pepper and Ron Miller talk about what led to their divorce.

Scott and Catherine Kohanek: Husband and wife Scott and Catherine Kohanek remember how they met.

Mala Fernando and her daughter Ashanthi Gajaweera : Mala Fernando tells her daughter Ashanthi Gajaweera about the early days of her marriage in Sri Lanka.

Sonya Baker and her husband, Michael Fazio “There’s nobody I’d rather travel through life with than you.”

Patricia Bates and her daughter, Kay Lewis: Patricia Bates tells her daughter, Kay Lewis, about meeting Kay’s father.

Cindy White: Cindy White tells her friend Eric Ernsberger about being diagnosed HIV positive shortly after meeting her life partner, Dan Driggers.

Bob and Jo Ann Chew: “How would you say the diagnosis of your Alzheimer’s has affected us?”

Kelly Krieg-Sigman and her husband, Michael : Kelly Krieg-Sigman and her husband, Michael, talk about how they met.

Tomas Kubrican and Carol Mittlesteadt: Tomas Kubrican and his wife, Carol Mittlesteadt, remember how they met.

Gayle and Frank Newby: Gayle and Frank Newby remember meeting on a triple blind date in 1950.


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