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Wednesday, Dec 25 2013
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Just about everyone likes to talk about sex. After all, when it's good it's great, when it's not so good it's still pretty good, and when it's on a magazine cover, the shelves lie empty. And while most of us have a story or two about sex, it takes the right setting for a storyteller to really spin a yarn. The folks behind Fireside Storytelling know all about creating space for stories. The series, a monthly salon that strives to "keep the fine art of storytelling alive," has been running in various incarnations and venues since 2007. Fireside focuses on true stories, told from memory without the aid of notes or a script. The theme is different each time, and January's edition is all about the fine art of making whoopie (or babies, if that's your thing). Storytellers include Catie Magee, Kate Willet, and John McNulty.


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