On October 1, 2015, "So..." Stories of Life held a benefit in beautiful southern California for Rancho Coastal Humane Society, a wonderful animal welfare group which is among one of the most innovative in the nation.
The event featured true stories about people and their pets based on the theme of “Who Rescued Whom?”
It proved to be a lively evening of stories,live music and the great fun of being able to meet and hug some adorable rescued and adoptive pets.
We're very grateful to our sponsors, San Diego Writers Ink, for getting the word out about this event.
*We're still raising money for Rancho Coastal! Please do consider donating towards their mission, today. Simply click on the link to our website, and then click on the tab 'events.' Once there, you may donate through our Paypal link. Or you may contact us directly at So.email@example.com.
Our March 11, 2015 episode features the theme of "The Park," and we had some fantastic storytellers step up to the dais to share their 'park' tales.
Christopher Harrison recounts a horrifyingly funny late-night potty-break misadventure.
Performance artist Erin Renee Roberts, AKA Terra Josephine describes love and life through spoken word and motion.
Returning speaker Nick Drago shares another riveting story from his memoir "Use Once then Destroy."
Recurring musical guest Matt McGaughey sings and plays some more wonderful original tunes.
Teya King raises the tavern roof (and has the entire audience in hysterics) with her story about seeing aurora borealis for the first time.
"So..." Stories of Life is pleased to add another dimension to our award-winning podcast: interviews with the storytellers and performers who contribute to our show.
We introduced Matt McGaughey during our Jan. 2015 episode of "So...," titled: "Fresh Starts" (and other terrifying adventures).
His read was memorable, his story enthralling. His interview in-depth, honest and completely poignant.
Listen in to a story about growing up in the fringe, love, loss and longing - and accepting change.
The award-winning podcast, "So..." Stories of Life,returns to the Tavern of Fine Arts in Saint Louis after a brief hiatus to celebrate the art of storytelling through spoken word, poetry, short plays, music and performance.
This month we feature a talented newcomer to our podcast, Matt McGaughey, with his personal and memorable story of family dynamics and longing.
Also featured is one of our favorite spoken word artists, the ferociously unique Susan Trowbridge Adams, a powerhouse poet and speaker.