What do grandmothers, porn, and New York State have in common? This moving coming-of-age story told live at our June 2014 show, “Internet Explorer: Stories From Cyberspace.” About the storyteller Keegan Olton is Keegan! (That’s all we know, folks.) Homepage photo courtesy of Bob Jenkin via Flickr. 061314_Agape_Keegan (mp3)
An evening watching the L Word turns into a night of celebrity courtship in the former hottest corner of Manhattan. This story was told live at our March 2014 show, “Starstruck.”
One girl’s brush with stardom is another’s volunteer sex ed class. This storyteller reflects on her 5th-grade role model, who discussed tampons and the menstrual cycle without making her students “scandalized.” Today’s story comes from our March 2014 show, “Starstruck.” About the storyteller In her day job as a therapist, Elizabeth Simone gets to listen to other people’s …
Moving to Brooklyn is harder than it seems. In Yonkers, three lesbians trek from Uhaul to Uhaul in search of a truck and a joke. They’re still searching for the joke, so listen to the story and let us know if you think of one! This story comes from our December 2013 show, “What Could Go Wrong?”
What they say about alligators is true: they do live in New York, but they’re more likely to be found in South Bronx apartments than under sewer grates … as far as we know. This story of reptilian family relations comes from our January 2013 show, Too Much Information.