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 The Storycrafters The Storycrafters - Barry Marshall & Jeri Burns. Their work ranges from lyrical to satirical, traditional to personal, spoken to sung to musically accompanied (sometimes all at once). In a natural, energetic style, Barry and Jeri embrace words, meaning, and narrative with reverence and irreverence.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 AUDRA JAMAI , a law school student, will tell “Steeplchase”. “The purpose of the LSAT is to test the skills necessary for success in the first year of law school”. Taking it is like running a 3,000 metre track with 28 barriers and 7 water jumps testing if you can fall down seven times, get up eight.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
 April Armstrong Award winning storyteller April Armstrong weaves melodies and words into refreshing and compelling stories. Her programs are fun and interactive. Her characters spring to life as they delight, inform and inspire. She tells multi-cultural folktales, including stories from the African diaspora.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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 Lynn Ruehlmann Since 1990 Lynn has performed for schools and adult organizations, taught storytelling for Old Dominion University, and has been a guest on numerous NPR programs.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  
 Vote and Tell Rock the Vote - If you haven't already voted, go Cast your Ballot, then come share a story. Or, if you're out West, share, but then head straight for the Polls! We're Live tonight, but want to make sure you exercise your right to Vote on this crucial election eve.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Onawumi Jean Moss relates ancient, contemporary and personal tales and stories to 21st Century realities in a way that gives characters and ancient messages prominence. She tells to inspire commUNITY and coalition building within and across cultural boundaries. And YES, she has a wicked sense of humor.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  

 Andrea Kamens has been virtually everywhere lately: workshops in Seoul, telling in Mumbai, hosting in Beirut, and running a Youth Storytelling Camp with Mentors from all over the US & World. She’ll bring tales of courage & resilience from journeys real and imagined for this Birthday Feature. Be ready to roar!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Catherine Wright Hailing from Newfoundland, aka The Rock, Catherine shares traditional and original tales inspired by the land, sea, people and creatures of this unique place. She draws on her multidisciplinary performance experience in the telling and singing of stories shaped by personal experiences and NL lore.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
 Gail Herman tells stories from her book: "Tales of Mischievous Martha", about her mother-in-law, who was taken from her family at age six and lived a time in foster care and then an orphanage. A sometimes defiant and ever resilient child, she stood up for herself despite bullies and institutional regimentation.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

 Bruce Marcus Called "MY SON!" by late storytelling legend Brother Blue, Bruce has been sharing his fresh-as-mint original stories, poems and songs widely for 3 decades. Tonight (on his 60th birthday!) he presents material crafted mainly during a very productive COVID era, including crackling new rhyming tales!
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
 Chuck Brodsky is a storytelling, songwriting, modern-day troubador whose genuine warmth and quirky, finely-crafted songs touch hearts, funny bones and a nerve or two. With irony and wit, he celebrates the eccentric, the holy, the courageous, the inspiring and the beautiful, while poking fun at what needs poking.
Hosted By: Tony Toledo  
 Danielle Bellone To warm our bones on this chilly December evening, Danielle will tell a fiery story. A story of appetites. A story of queer wants, met and unmet. Get ready.
Hosted By: Andrea Kamens  

 Katie Green brings the heart of the story to the heart of the listener. Her tales of Truth, Folk & Faery have delighted audiences from coast to coast and beyond. Her love of research and peoples’ stories enables her to tell with respect and integrity. She believes that storytelling can and does change the world
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  

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