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29 Years of Tuesday Night Storytelling

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 Wes Hazard is a storyteller, writer, and funny man who was named as one of “5 Boston Comedians to Watch” by The Boston Globe Magazine. He's also the author of the recently-released book, "Questions For Terrible People".
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 OPEN TELLING No feature tonight, so try a new story, or tell us about your favorite April Holiday, or special 24 Hours (April Fool's, Babe Ruth, Barbershop Quartet, Earth, Hug an Australian, Int'l Children's Book, Nat'l Honesty, Patriot's, St. George's, & Talk Like Shakespeare Day all come to mind).
Hosted By: Joseph Pagliuca  
 Harry Mishkin presents: Is This Really Happening? Original music and soundtracks accompany stories drawn from Harry's past roles as counselor, prison grievance investigator, radio deejay and journalist, along with poetry and narrative. Intrigued? So are we!
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  
 Jackson Gillman aka the Stand-up Chameleon, is a storyteller's storyteller. At turns funny, poignant and earnest, he has been honing his craft for decades, offering up choice selections from his vast repertoire of crowd pleasing stories, songs and inspired silliness.
Hosted By: Joseph Pagliuca  
 APRIL GRANT dives deeply into traditional material from many cultures, presenting unusual tales you don't hear very often (or may never have heard before), giving them a fresh spin that will leave you with a whole new world view.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

 Barbara Aliprantis , armed with a quirky sense of humor and ability to communicate in 3 languages (English/Greek/ASL), shares stories/anecdotes collected over the past 35 years listening/telling stories to culturally and linguistically diverse people of all ages - hearing AND deaf! Be prepared for a shift in thinking.
Hosted By: Penny Post  
 Jay Ottaway This prolific Singer-Songwriter will be talking about the story behind his latest album, "Winter's Journey". It is a contemporary version of the famous Wilhelm Mueller/Franz Shubert song cycle "Winterreise". We were lucky to catch him before he goes on tour in Europe for the Summer.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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 Phyllis Blackstone presents: Stories of Long-ago times; Stories of Now times – folktales and personal stories. A Maine teller and retired educator, Dr. Blackstone discovered during her 43-year career teaching elementary, middle, undergraduate, and graduate students that storytelling and humor were her favorite tools.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

 Peter Brodeur , AKA Bearded Turtle, visits us from the Granite State to share "Stories My Mother Wouldn't Want to Hear", as in "Father & Son Tales of Misspent Youth". His alter-ego, "Cousin Pierre", is likely to appear as well, with comical stories of life in the Great North Woods of New Hampshire.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 Michael Koran is the charismatic host of Cambridge Community Television show "AHAH!" (A Human Among Humans). In connection with Father's Day, he shares with us a long-anticipated program of stories about his tricky relationship with his late father.
Hosted By: Joseph Pagliuca  
 JIM HARRIMAN Visiting Connecticut storyteller, playwright, director, actor and former teacher, Jim is an observer of people. He writes and tells stories about the characters swirling through his mind, some real and some not, but all of them poignant, provocative and uplifting.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

 HR Britton Imaginative Massmouth producer, charismatic emcee and curator of storytelling/improv mash-up series Stories to Scenes, HR is also a darned fine raconteur. On this evening we celebrate his time in Boston and grudgingly bid him farewell, as he prepares for the next chapter back in his native midwest.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

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