In 2017, Syracuse Jewish Family Service invited WRVO to help celebrate its 125th anniversary by recording the stories and significant lifetime experiences of central New Yorkers. Now, we're sharing these stories with you.StorySharingCNY brings you stories of family, friends, love... and life. Listen as our friends, neighbors and coworkers tell us their experiences in their own words.
David Shomar with his son James
In this episode of StorySharingCNY, David Shomar tells his son James about what it was like growing up in Lebanon during the civil war, and passing on lessons he's learned to his children. This discussion was produced by WRVO with interviews recorded by StoryCorps, a national nonprofit whose mission is to preserve and share humanity's stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. More at StoryCorps.org.