It was a time when Chuck E. Cheese was the place to have a birthday party and there was nothing greater than a bedtime story with mom or dad. It’s a little thing we call childhood. This episode first aired January 2003.
Child Star: Tamara Keith:
B-Side’s Tamara Keith was a child actress, Hollywood style. She was 6 months old when she got her first job modeling for a department store ad, and by the time she was 8, she’d been in more than 30 magazine ads and a TV commercial that aired during the Superbowl. There’s really no hiding that kind of exposure.
Memories: Sarah Neal
Objects like old letters and T-shirts have an uncanny ability to trigger our memories. Commentator Sarah Neal tells us how certain objects – either kept or left behind – help her keep her connection to the past.
High school kids talk about love.
Adonistu and the Rejectiods: Dave Gilson
We’ve all done things we’d rather forget – or at least keep hidden from public scrutiny. But as B-side’s Dave Gilson found out, when part of your past is captured on tape, there’s no escaping it.
Everything Real Bitter: Emelie Gunnison
B-side’s Emelie Gunnison recently dug up a tape labeled “Funny Stuff, Private, Keep Out” from her desk drawer, and now, it hits the airwaves.