John Hockenberry's 'Home' Assignment

Monday, November 22, 2010

The piano in John Hockenberry's home plays a central role in defining the space. (John Hockenberry)

Host John Hockenberry joins in on the "Home Assignment," to give us a glimpse of his and his kids' ideas about what think of as representing their own home. John talks to son Zachary, who knows he's home when he smells dinner cooking. But the piano also plays an important role in the Hockenberry household. 

John Hockenberry

Hockenberry's son Zachary at the family's piano. Zach says he knows he's home when he can smell dinner cooking.

A unique lamp and a ukulele help make up "home" for the Hockenberry family.

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