Sounds Alive is thrilled to present an evening with the people behind the Peabody Award winning storytelling group, The Moth, in the magnificent surroundings of the Grand Lodge of Dublin’s Freemason Hall.
“I was also very drawn to a Celtic idea of thin place, thin times. The idea that there are places where we can experience that the veil between heaven and earth is worn thin, where the temporal and the transcendent seem to touch.”— Krista Tippett
"The thing you gotta understand, bud, is the internet hates women."
And I recognize that there’s probably those out there thinking that’s an incredibly broad brush to paint the internet with, but let me put it this way. If you could look into someone’s brain the way that you search the internet, and the internet was a dude, that dude has a problem with women.
Come join our artistic director, Catherine Burns, storytellers Edgar Oliver and Trisha Coburn, and co-founder of Narativ Murray Nossel for an evening of storytelling and conversation at Brooklyn Reading Works on February 13th.
I’ve been thinking about what to do with the Vespa key.
When I go to the Golden Gate Bridge, I need to take the scooter to get there. And when I jump off the bridge, I don’t know what I’m going to do with the Vespa key. I could leave it on the scooter, but then someone might steal it. And I could bring it with me, but they may not find my body, and then you lose the scooter too.
So, I’ve been thinking about what to do with the Vespa key.
”—Mark Lukach found his mentally ill wife sitting on the floor, deep in thought, and asked her what she was thinking.
Due to the impending inclement weather, we will be canceling our SLAM this evening at World Cafe Live. If you are a ticket holder for this event, stay tuned for an email regarding rescheduling, ticket transfers and refunds. Fear not, details are coming!