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The Moth
Nonprofit organization dedicated to the art & craft of storytelling.
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The Moth Sep 20
On the latest , Dina Adler expands her dating pool and love of the . Listen to Dina's story and Meena Ziabari's story about getting in over her head after taking up running, on "You Win Some, You Lose Some," here:
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The Moth Sep 20
Join us on Sept. 25th for the Global Community , "Break Through: Global Stories of Defying the Impossible," a night of stories from trailblazers, such as Minda Dentler, working to promote equity in the world. Tickets:
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The Moth Sep 18
After accepting his sexuality, Pádraig Ó'Tuama () uses language to heal rather than harm on this week's . Listen to Pádraig's story, along with stories from Tricia Rose Burt and Arn Chorn-Pond (), here:
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The Moth Sep 16
We've partnered with to highlight stories that will uplift, inspire, and move you! On this week’s , Deirdre Bowen is rewarded for defying her father and his science project mandates. Full video:
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The Moth Sep 16
Get your tickets ASAP for the at Lincoln Center on 10/12! Five storytellers will amaze with stories of going back and forth, summoning all of one's strength, and digging in your feet to gain the edge—the theme of the night is "Tug-of-War."
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The Moth Sep 13
Micah Truran finds peace in wearing whatever, doing whatever, and being whatever. This story was original recorded at a in Milwaukee on 4/28/2017. Watch the full video here:
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The Moth Sep 13
On the latest , Jill Bergman accidentally wreaks havoc​ on an airplane. Listen to Jill's story, along with Aylie Baker's story of realizing her dependence on technology in a crisis, in today's episode, "Technology Fails," here:
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The Moth Sep 13
Come on down Kentucky! Grab a seat for our tonight in Whitesburg at the Appalshop! Listen to stories of sticking it out despite the worst, and walking away even when you want to stay. The theme of the night is "Holding On and Letting Go."
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The Moth Sep 13
Join us TONIGHT for the livestream at 7:30PM EST! Tune in on our Facebook page to experience moving Moth stories, followed by a livestream-first: a special Q&A with a storyteller after the show.
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The Moth Sep 12
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The Moth Sep 12
Get your snacks ready, pour some drinks, and invite a friend (or a date) over for the , livestreamed right to your screen TOMORROW at 7:30PM EST. Also, catch a special Q&A with one of our storytellers after the show!
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The Moth Sep 12
We love when the art of storytelling can help inform advances in human understanding. We're proud to have helped researchers at create semantic maps of the brain, powered by storytelling from the . Read about their study here:
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The Moth Sep 11
On this week's , Wendy Suzuki (), a doctor studying memory, is confronted with her own father’s memory loss. Listen to Wendy's story and stories from Hannah Morris, and Mary-Claire King recorded live at :
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The Moth Sep 11
Tune in to our Facebook page this Friday at 7:30PM (EST) for the , livestreamed right to your screen! After the show, we'll livestream a special Q&A with one of the storytellers from the event!
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The Moth Sep 11
"As we broke bread at 17,500 miles per hour, going around the planet every 90 minutes... this was when my brain cognitively shifted, and I felt connected with everyone on the planet." —Leland Melvin, Moth storyteller and astronaut
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The Moth Sep 11
Get tickets for TONIGHT's at the in Louisville! Join us for an amazing evening of stories about "Holding On and Letting Go." Generously supported by the Educational Foundation of America and Amazon Literary Partnership.
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David Bannister Jr. Sep 11
Super excited to hear locals , , and Trevor Nourse tonight at the Mainstage in Louisville. There are some other non-locals that I’m sure will be great, but I’m most excited about our locals!
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The Moth Sep 10
Paying respect to , Brian Finkelstein recounts the last call he received as a suicide hotline counselor. Full video:
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The Moth Sep 10
In this week's , after a lifetime of conflict, Susan Duncan struggles to help her aging mother. Hear Susan's story, along with stories from and , in "Shipwrecks & Complicated Mothers," here:
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The Moth Sep 10
So glad, thanks for joining us!
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