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FREE Live Storytelling with FREE Wine at the Victoria Theater

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Anyone who has spent anything more than 5 minutes with me knows I love to tell stories…ok fine, I’m a blabbermouth. But I also love to hear them too. I mean who doesn’t right (and don’t say “deaf people” asshole)? And since you’re reading this site I imagine you also love FREE stuff. This is why I’m so excited for this event.

On Friday April 12th KALW is presenting Heard Here: Extraordinary stories of ordinary people. As you can guess by the title, various people are gonna get up and tell crazy ass stories. These include “A surfer takes on a Maverick wave. A woman turns a transportation problem into an LGBT taxi service. A writer acquires an unexpected tenant – and his house plant.” Cool right? And not only is it FREE but the person who reached out to me said there would be FREE wine too. I don’t have the specifics of that though. Overall, it sounds like it’s gonna be a pretty rad event. Go here to learn more about the readers and go here to rsvp on FB. Hooray for fun and free!


Heard Here Story Telling
Friday, April 12th
The Victoria Theater
2961 16th St. @ Capp St.
[The Mission]

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