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This Wednesday in Philadelphia — Tell Me a Story: At the Table



I'll be spinning my now infamous cooking show yarn at a special Tell Me a Story benefit for the South Philly Food Co-op. If you haven't been before, it's cool cats like yours truly spilling our guts for laughs and tears and few moments of stunned silence. Info:

Wednesday, April 25
6:30pm – 9:00pm
 
Tell Me A Story brings Philadelphia's long-running live storytelling show to South Philly to benefit the South Philly Food Co-op! Produced and hosted by Hillary Rea, the evening will feature a colorful line-up of storytellers sharing true stories on the night's theme: At the Table. 
 
Storytellers, showcasing a range of experiences from a variety of backgrounds, include: 
 
--Andy Futuro (Author of Josephine Wins Again) 
--Geoff Jackson (Comedian and Host of Schooled at Good Good Comedy Theatre) 
--Karen Johnson (Ice Cream Maker for Little Baby's Ice Cream) 
--Katonya Mosley (Producer and Host of "For My People") 
--Amanda Feifer O’Brien (Expert fermenter, blogger at Phickle, and author of Ferment Your Vegetables) 
--Heather Thomason (Butcher and Founder of Primal Supply Meats) 
--Meg Widholm (Proprietor, Snack Like A Local) 
 
All proceeds of this special Tell Me A Story will go to the South Philly Food Co-op's campaign to build, stock, and staff our community-owned grocery store at 2031 S. Juniper Street. Tickets are pay what you wish (minimum $10). 
 
Doors at 6:30pm so you can order food and drink from Adobe. Stories will run from 7:30-9pm.