Tapes recorded in a Chicago home Christmas morning, more than 50 years ago. (3 minutes)
More in Family
Chris Benderev speaks with writer Georgie Codd, who went searching for someone to be the father she never had.
For more than a decade, Boris Furman has meticulously tracked the whereabouts of his family members, averaging the latitude and longitudes to arrive at “The Family Average Location.” But nobody really knows why.
Producer Aviva DeKornfeld was interested in the toll that having a wakeup-moment could have on a family, and she heard about someone who had a moment like that over a decade ago.
More by John Connors
Ira and music contributor John Conners on Sinatra's worst songs.
John Connors has very mixed emotions about attending a convention for viewers of the TV program Dark Shadows.
Chicago performance artist John Conners reads from a 1942 book called How To Improve Your Personality, from a chapter instructing men on how to avoid being sissies.