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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling

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 Chris Kastle This award-winning storyteller, folk & sea song singer, author, artist and educator from St. Augustine, FL, is a touring performer and seasoned traveler who offers insight into a lifetime of adventure. Her original songs and stories possess great imagery, tinged with Celtic and Maritime traditions.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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 SHIRA (SHIFRA) FREEWOMAN , “The Rattlin' Rabbi”, presents Tripping with the Music: What a Trip it has been and What Present-Future Do we Spin? Storyteller, poet, minstrel-maggid, visual artist and activist, Shira will do a re-telling of her story, with the important moments that offered choices and turning points.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 John Carew is from Lough Gur, County Limerick - home of the fairies, the spirits of the mounds and the hollow hills. A true Seanachie and author of "Through The Mist Of Time", a collection of poetry and short stories, he's performed widely, and brags several medals and storytelling competition victories.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 RALPH CHADIS calls this medley of Passover stories, "From Yavneh to Oberlin." The Passover Seder is unchanged. Its meanings are the same. But, these days, in many places, in many ways, it is fundamentally different. Oh, and "Not Your Typical Bard", will observe his birthday.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 PAULA & ED DUGAN present: Urban Legends, Destinations Unknown. The storytelling team of Paula and Edward Dugan blur the lines between fact and fiction, describe the unimaginable, and share experiences of unexplainable occurrences. Join them for a journey through mysterious, strange and fascinating urban legends.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Michael Koran Just in time for Mother's Day: It's Never Too Late to Have A Loving Mother. How can love grow like a weed once we plant the seed? A son and mother in life and death continue to try to overcome physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Michael fills his tale with grit, humor and abundant affection.
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  

 Betty Goldstein is a Moth Winner, with published stories in Reader’s Digest’s "The Best Life Stories" and "What Was I Thinking? 58 Bad Boyfriend Stories". She's also had a story (and a play) produced for the stage in Los Angeles. This rare Visitor from La La Land is a Don't Miss!
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 Phillip A. Bennett Low is a Chinese-American playwright, storyteller, mime, author, theatre critic and libertarian activist. Co-founder of MN supergroup Rockstar Storytellers and founder and producer of the touring theatre troupe Maximum Verbosity, his solo performances have featured as far away as Melbourne, Australia.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Open Telling tonight. There will be all open telling with a relaxed time limit. Bring your favorite tale, or lay a new story on us about a May Holiday (there's a lot of them). How did World Naked Gardening Day get started, anyway?
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 SCOTT SCHULTZ The Winner of Massmouth’s Big Mouth Off in 2013, Scott will be sharing stories from his hit show BUSted (true accounts of getting around L.A. by people who don’t drive), and his new project using sound waves to enhance emotional reception, plus a reworking of one of his Boston-era favorites.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 Angela Kessler has a passion for The Kalevala (Finland's national saga). She traveled deep into this oral tradition of Finland returning with tales of love, death, gods, heroines, heroes, battles, beasts, boasts and magic. Join us as she shares some of these tales with us as stories, songs, and poems.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Nicolette Nordin Heavey beguils her listeners into having FUN learning! Her lifelong travels enliven the settings, characters and accents of her her stories. She believes every dysfunction has a humorous side and a lesson to teach. She founded Stories in the Streets, bringing stories to disadvantaged communities.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 Rona Leventhal presents The Prince of Pirates and the Witch of Wellfleet, her hour-long version of a classic Cape Cod tale set in the early 1700's - an intersection of legend and history, and truths both factual and real. An unflinching look at Puritan New England and human nature through the lens of story.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

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