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 RALPH CHADIS is Not Your Typical Bard. He'll be telling a collection of stories about things he remembers, thinks he remembers, or wishes he remembered.
Hosted By: Ellen Robertson  
 RALPH CHADIS , AKA Not Your Typical Bard, presents his own inimitable take on the Medieval classic "Sir Gawain & the Green Knight".
Hosted By: Ellen Robertson  
 RALPH CHADIS , AKA Not Your Typical Bard, tells a story he created years ago about another bard, Mahl'agush of Phalga, while applying all that he's learned since.
Hosted By: Scott Schultz  

 Ralph Chadis presents: "McGonagill, A Love Story". An innocent walking trip of Ireland finds a sculptor, a tailor, his magical wife, and a dangerous secret.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Ralph Chadis Ralph, "Not Your Typical Bard," will celebrate his 70th birthday and his 30th year telling with some of his favorites. Come with requests.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Ralph Chadis Not Your Typical Bard, will tell of Ima Shalom - a Jewish woman during the fall of the Second Temple (70 CE). In spite of the restrictions on women she was part of the remarkable changes of those times, saw the debate about the oven, became a scholar, and one of three women quoted in the Talmud.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  

 RALPH CHADIS will tell the story of Moshkel Gosha - The Remover of All Difficulties. In the Persian and Sufi traditions there is a ritual where an Ajil (dried fruit and nuts) is shared while talking about the meaning of Moshkel Gosha - if you need enough and want little enough you shall find wonderful food.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 RALPH CHADIS "Not Your Typical Bard", will observe his birthday by telling about "The Oven of Akhnai." How did a rabbinic argument about a bread oven change Judaism? What rabbis were arguing? What were they like? How did they live? Why did they banish one of their own? Yes, it's that oven.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 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  

 RALPH CHADIS "Not Your Typical Bard", observes his birthday by telling tales he can really sink his teeth into. Some stories just take longer than eight minutes, and these are about stong women who would not be undone.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 RALPH CHADIS tells The Legend of Bithiah. Some 3,000 years ago this daughter of a Pharaoh found a basket in the Nile with a baby in it. Be astonished at who the child becomes. Be amazed at whom she befriends. Be stunned at whom she marries. Be shocked at where she goes and with whom. This is truly biblical.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 Ralph Chadis Had his 79th birthday recently. He will observe this with an ancient tale of frightful terror involving the Scottish Other-world; his own tale of intrigue set in 19th century Boston; and if time allows, his new imagining about a Pharaoh's defiant daughter. (Will be Hybrid from Havurat Shalom)
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

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