Our theme for February is Love Bug: Cuddles and Consequences. Broken hearts, broken other parts … need we say more?
Come on, give us a break! Well, a story of a break, breakup, or breakthrough. Did you have a fateful breakfast? Discover a new found appreciation for anti-lock brakes? We want to hear about it! We’re telling stories about things breaking into place in Berkeley on Saturday, July 9th.
Today’s storyteller loves to travel abroad, but her digestive system would prefer to stay closer to home. To learn how to handle tummy troubles with grace, listen to this story, told live at our March 2015 show, “There’s No Place Like Home.”
A trip to Buenos Aires becomes a crash course in speaking high-school Spanish with Japanese flair and fending off latin lovers. Our tango-loving storyteller told this tale live at our March 2015 show, There’s “No Place Like Home.”
Join us this Saturday for Family Matters! Tell us about your crazy Aunt Bertha or your favorite Grandpa Joe story. We’ve all got family, and they all have stories. Share them with us on Sept. 19.
Today’s storyteller loves summer camp, but not so much the other campers. Discover how this polar-bear-documentary-loving, magic-card-playing, California native learned to open up to others on the last day of summer camp. This story comes from our April 2015 show, Smoke & Mirrors.
Kid logic meets the mother of necessity. One budding inventor builds a machine to channel his own hot air into a means to blow away his elementary school enemies. This story was told live at our Oct. 2014 show, “Search and Research.”