Maurice Ruffin talks about how his grandma won't pay for Ketchup, but will buy bookoo books.
Aron Chang tells how his family’s eating patterns changed when he moved from Taiwan to the US, how his dining table shrank over the years, and how one day, his estranged uncles came bearing food.
Jesse Hardman tells of what happens when your cousin is Yao Ming's translator, it's his birthday, and Lawrence Fishburn shows up.
STORYTELLER: Emily Skelding THEME: Labyrinths DATE: October 26th, 2014 VENUE: The P3+ Nature of Now exhibit uptown on Magazine street PRODUCER: Laine Kaplan-Levenson In this winning story, [...]
STORYTELLER: Eve Abrams THEME: Worth The Wait? DATE: September 17th, 2014 VENUE: 915 N Dupre PRODUCER: Nina Feldman Eve Abrams does her best to incorporate family traditions into her very [...]
Annie Freitas tells of her grandparents good attitudes, even better looks, and parting words.
James Hamilton learns how someone loses their hero, and then eventually loses his own.
Storyteller Jess Placzek tells of her home environment where secrets are hard to come by.
This story was told on September 19th, 2013 at Fortier Park in Bayou St. John, and later produced by Natalie Yahr. The theme of the evening was 'Distortion', and here, BYO Producer Nina Feldman [...]