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 Joe Pagliuca aka Big Joe the Storyteller, presents A Fool in Winter: Tales of Misadventure from Bygone Winters. By day he's a professional storyteller with a very packed schedule, performing constantly for children. At night he's a hysterically funny storyteller, regaling us lucky, lucky grown folks!
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  
 Andrea Kamens will be freshly returned from a storytelling trip across the sea, and all revved to share: Stories from Limmud Festival UK or: Back from Birmingham, England -- What Was a Norwegian Troll Doing at the Jewish Learning Festival? Come find out - and be inspired!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Walter Ness is a psychic comedian, poet, lyricist and humorist. His storytelling of what’s it like to have ESP (Extra Special Abilities) mixes the humorous side of the spiritual life with serious material. Visit his website: wallypsychiccomedian.com/videos/ for a preview of what he is like!
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 Marta Fulla This Catalan native shares folk and other tales to raise listeners’ awareness above the inner voice which dictates what we should and shouldn’t do and limits our ability to determine our own destiny. Through story, she asserts you can create your own future and change your journey for the better!
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
 Katy Allen Our favorite eco Rabbi will share her eloquent passion for all things natural and environmental with stories in relation to the Jewish holiday of Tu BiShvat, "The New Year of the Trees". This event will be held jointly and joyfully with our host venue, Havurat Shalom.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Wes Hazard has been named as one of “5 Boston Comedians to Watch” by The Boston Globe Magazine. A writer and storyteller as well as comedian, Wes is a multiple-time winner on The Moth StorySLAM stage and New England Emmy award winning host.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 LOVE, SEX, AND CHOCOLATE IV featuring V-Day stories by the Gang of Six. For the Open Mic we encourage personal, folk, fairy, or historical tales of love won, lost, or never tried. Come Stag, or bring your spouse, partner, SO, or main squeeze. Note: There will be chocolate, so the requested Donation will be $7.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 MURRAY DENOFSKY will narrate, read, and sing selections from his musical comedy on mental illness RELAX! YOU'RE NOT PARANOID-- THE WORLD REALLY IS OUT TO GET YOU!!, based loosely on his experiences in the Mass. mental health system over a number of decades.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Cheryl Hamilton is a relentless storyteller and refugee advocate. She balances her time between the International Institute of New England and non-profit storytelling org Massmouth. Her storytelling projects include curating Suitcase Stories, which honors immigrants' lives, and Stories from the Stage for PBS TV.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 Mark Modrall started going to story slams about five years ago when he ran out of family members who hadn't heard that one before. He's most recognized for his (unfortunately true) disaster stories.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 SNOWSTORM -- CANCELLED We're all going to stay hunkered in the bunker while Mother Nature trumps human endeavor. The good news: Tonight's feature Paula Dugan has rescheduled to April 10th, so you can come enjoy her then!
Hosted By: Old Man Winter  
 Bill Harley brings to life John Muir's Alaskan wilderness adventure “Stickeen” as only this two-time Grammy Award recipient can. The jaw dropping adventure is told with all the skill that made him an NPR commentator and Lifetime Achievement Award winner from the RI Council for the Humanities.
Hosted By: Joe Pagliuca  

 Tim Tingle is an Oklahoma Choctaw and an award-winning author and storyteller. His great-great grandfather, John Carnes, walked the Trail of Tears in 1835. Tim is in town as keynote speaker for Sharing the Fire, the Northeast Storytelling Conference the weekend before this feature. He is not to be missed!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

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