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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling

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 OPEN TELLING Now that it's a New Year, start it right with some great stories!
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 Open Telling Celebrate the new year. Try a new story, or tell about a January Holiday: New Year's Day, Epiphany, Orthodox Christmas Day, Orthodox New Year, Stephen Foster Memorial Day, Robert E. Lee's Birthday, Tu Bishvat, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Hosted By: Joshua Myrvaagnes  
 Cindy Maybeck has over 25 years experience. In “Calling for Stories” she weaves together some favorite tales into a personal and inspirational story of her courageous and hope-filled journey to the storytelling stage. You will be transfixed, moved, touched with laughter and perhaps even shed a healing tear.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

 Javed Rezayee is a writer and teacher who has told stories at the Moth and on WGBH's Stories from Stage. His latest short story Black Kitty of Kabul is available on Amazon. Re. this night’s program he says, ‘Love hurts, but can easily be kept at bay. Close your heart and you will be protected - but did I?'
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Joseph Smeall-Villarroel pulls out his Miss Marple Knitting Needles, to share with you the shocking true story of his old Catholic high school's most spectacular senior prank, and the tangled webs of intrigue and institutional dysfunction it concealed within its coils. Not to be missed by anybody who enjoys a good mystery!
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Anniversary Celebration Our 27th! Yes, we're celebrating 27 years of weekly storytelling with cake & ice cream and you! Tell stories about Brother Blue & Ruth Hill, storytelling, The Story Space, LANES. Bring your own tales and remembrances.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 Cancelled, Snowstorm We're all going to stay hunkered in the bunker, while Nature thumbs its nose. The good news: next week we'll have a Valentine’s Day-themed Open Telling with plenty o'Chocolate.
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 LOVE, SEX, AND CHOCOLATE V It *was* Valentine’s Day. So we're celebrating (?) again with the Gang of Six. Bring someone special, and listen to (or better yet, tell) personal, folk, fairy, or historical tales of love won, lost, or never to be. There will be Chocolate!
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  
 Libby Franck presents From Slavery to Freedom, a tale as compelling today as it was in antebellum days. History comes alive as Libby gives voice to poet/abolitionist Edna Dean Proctor, who transcribed the narrative of Aunt Sally, a woman twice cruelly enslaved - with a respite in between - and finally freed.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 Matthew Dicks is an internationally bestselling author, and, among many other remarkable things, a 38-time Moth StorySLAM and 6-time GrandSLAM champion whose stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour and weekly podcast. He has also told stories for This American Life, TED and, well… You get the idea.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Sara DeBeer Sara deBeer spent the summer of 1980 studying storytelling traditions along the west coast of Ireland recording oral narratives, and asking about memories of listening to stories. Sara presents programs which celebrate Irish wit, wisdom, mystery, and magic in a format which brings delight to all.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Joseph Keane Happy belated St. Patrick's Day! As one of our favorite Celtic yarnspinners, Joe will enchant us from a collection of Irish stories and a collection of his own work. A storyteller of mystical abundance, lore and talent, he is an unmitigated delight for young and old alike.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

 Cindy Rivka Marshall From the moment of her childhood theatrical debut to her present work as a storyteller, Cindy Rivka Marshall traces the various influences on her creative process and her belief in the importance of the arts.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

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