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7/4/2023
 CLOSED FOR LOUD LOCAL HOLIDAY It gets really crazy here - there's all kinds of parades and picnics, they take the USS Constitution out for a spin around the harbor, and it's also very, very loud at night. Oh, you have this Holiday too? Well, then, enjoy your Fireworks!
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7/11/2023
 Andy Davis presents a multi-layered story blending personal narrative, history, & folklore. Expect the human (and canine) search for meaning & belonging, 1890's farm life, apple trees, sled dogs, the Yukon Gold Rush, prodigious snows, frigid temps, and an internat'l love story which revolves around…a sweater.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  
7/18/2023
 Karen Golden is an international Storyteller/Musician. She'll take us around the World, via uplifting tales both new and old. Meet the Greatest Klezmer, wise and witty women, and a young Karen during a Michigan summer. All accompanied by saxophone, hulusi, and other folk instruments gathered during her travels.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis
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7/25/2023
 Rose van der Berg Rose is a dynamic performer who slips in and out of captivating characters with ease, sings songs, and improvises stories with audience suggestions. She is a teaching artist whose storytelling workshops and Creative Playshops are “filled with fun activities and packed with practical how-to’s”.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
8/1/2023
 Joe Pagliuca presents "25 Years of Crazy!" Big Joe (aka Joe P.) and his wife, Mrs. Big Joe (aka Peggy), have just celebrated 25 years of marriage. Tonight, Joe will be telling tales of how he met the lovely Mrs. Big Joe, the Proposal, the Wedding (which he planned himself), and yet more craziness.
Hosted By: Mike Cohen  
8/8/2023
 DVORA JONAS "From Buddhist Seminary to Commodity: the first-hand story of how the futon got into American homes." Dvora has lived an interesting and varied life. She was a scientist, an artist, a Buddhist, and a traveler, and in the process had many interesting experiences. Come and hear the stories.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

8/15/2023
 Hannah Park Lusterman has lived extraordinary experiences, including time in South American mines, crossing the Atlantic in a boat at 16 to work as a wealthy family's housekeeper in Caracas, living in the Jonestown community/cult in Guyana, and being multi-racial. She shares her tales with the aim to inspire others!
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
8/22/2023
 Phyllis Blackstone A retired Professor, Dr. Blackstone has used storytelling as her preferred teaching tool for First Graders up through Grad Students. MY STORIED LIFE is an eclectic collection of real and imagined stories, full of warmth, wisdom, and truth, that will tickle the funny bone and bring a tear to the eye.
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
8/29/2023
 Lee-Ellen Marvin tells stories to explore the environmental impact of our clothes in "Recycled and Up-cycle Stories." What is the role of clothing in shaping our identities, and what's in our closets? She'll tell two adapted folktales, a WW II memoir, and anecdotes collected from her neighbors about reused clothing.
Hosted By: Ralph Chadis  

9/5/2023
 Thea Iberall has been called “a shimmering bridge between heart and mind.” A storyteller, playwright, & poet, Thea represented LA at the 1998 National Poetry Slams, wrote "We Did It for You", a musical history of how US Women got their rights, and authored the ecofeminist novel "The Swallow and the Nightingale".
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
9/12/2023
 Scott Schultz is producer and host of acclaimed storytelling show, BUSted Los Angeles, true stories about getting around L.A. told by people who don’t drive. He will be debuting a monthly Boston version of the show in late September. In advance of that, Scott will share all new BUSted stories set in New England.
Hosted By: Bruce Marcus  
9/19/2023
 Alex Stein creates immersive stories with heart from everywhere. He is an award-winning author, storyteller, and documentary filmmaker living in Los Angeles. He was married above the Arctic Circle at the Northernmost saloon in the world (by the bartender).
Hosted By: Mike Cohen
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9/26/2023
 Alan Kanen Look out! Our New York City regular is back with more subway stories, theatre tales, and heaven knows what-all else! Be warned: The names have been changed - but only so he doesn't get sued!
Hosted By: Barbara Aliprantis  
    



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