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Blaise Allysen Kearsley on preparing for your very first possible threesome, and how that may involve packing a weapon. Photo by Spencer RitenourPosted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged blaise allysen kearsley, edge of seventeen, how i learned series, stevie nicks | Comments Off June 30, 2012
Get ready for another theme show! Coming up next–on Friday, July 13th–is, well, this thick chunk of heaven. Stories about the “first time”–and the music that underscored that sizzling, perfect, epic (and in no way disastrous) milestone.Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged blaise allysen kearsley, kevin allison, lane moore, le poisson rouge, michele carlo, neil gordon, storytelling | Comments Off February 29, 2012
Blaise Allysen Kearsley on the pains and obligatory “locked in your room time” of young love.Posted in Podcast, Uncategorized | Tagged blaise allysen kearsley, chicago, hard to say i'm sorry | Comments Off February 16, 2012
This is Blaise Allysen Kearsley. Blaise is a writer, storyteller and visual artist, as well as the creator, producer and host of The How I Learned Series (which is a ton of fun–I did it last month) and has appeared … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged blaise allysen kearsley, chicago, how i learned series | Comments Off January 30, 2012
Lineup announcement day! We have our storyslingers and their songs for February 23rd, which, incidentally, is our two year anniversary show. We’re a thing! Officially! For two years! So on February 23rd, we’re gonna have a 2 year anniversary celebration. … Continue readingPosted in Uncategorized | Tagged alex mann, anniversary, blaise allysen kearsley, brass in pocket, dave hill, jill marino, ryan andes | Comments Off
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The North Door
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