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The Stoop Storytelling Series

"Everyone has a story. What's yours?" The Stoop features "ordinary" people telling the extraordinary true tales of their lives in front of live audiences as large as 1,400. Stoop stories are weird, wonderful, hilarious, and heartbreaking — and, above all, intimate. Founders Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin host the podcast.
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Jul 25, 2016

Cringes abound when Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin dip into the Stoop Storytelling series archives for some of the most beautifully awkward stories of the series. 

Eric Leikus takes a class on minority relations. Matt Hayat teaches some fighting words. Joe Wall sleepwalks at summer camp.

Learn more about the Stoop Storytelling Series at stoopstorytelling.com.

Jul 18, 2016

Maybe some of those who travel are lost. 

Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin share their stories of foreign travels from Baltimore's Stoop Storytelling Series.

Homayra Ziad visits Jerusalem's Western Wall as a feminist Muslim, Charlie Wiener hunts down some Jewish soul food in Malaysia, and Kinobe survives a bumpy plane ride. 

Learn more about the Stoop Storytelling Series at stoopstorytelling.com.

Jul 13, 2016

As the thrill of June fades into the oppressive humidity of July, Laura Wexler and Jessica Henkin share stories about being stuck in the city for the summer from the Stoop Storytelling Series in Baltimore, MD. 

Susan Kim waits poolside for adult swim to be over. Michael Ziccardi's porch party falls apart. Larry Doyle weighs investing in A/C for his new home. 

 

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Jul 5, 2016

Click and Clack were nowhere to be found, so Jessica Henkin and Laura Wexler share their favorite Stoop stories about car difficulty, but without any quick fixes. 

Bridget Caviola feels stuck in a rut. Andrea Seabrook has some car troubles crossing the border. Marc Maurer tells of the blind leading the sighted in designing a car that everyone can drive.

Learn more about the Stoop Storytelling Series at stoopstorytelling.com

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