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Tell Us Something awakens imagination, empowers storytellers and connects the community through the transformative power of personal storytelling. It is a celebration of each other, our stories and how we move through the world together. All of the stories at Tell Us Something are true. Stories last for 10 minutes and are told from memory.
 
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Tell Us More

Marisa Malahowski & Hannah Hartzler

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Follow Marisa and Hannah down the rabbit hole as they sit down in Marisa's basement and tell each other MORE. More about who? In season two Marisa and Hannah decide to give each other all the details about whoever, or in some cases, whatever, they want. We're going full book report style people. But obviously with more swearing, sexual innuendo, off topic rants and general nonsense. Ride along with Marisa and Hannah as they dive deep into the history of people you may already know, think you ...
 
Tell Us About It: Victim Research Convos is a twice monthly podcast produced by the Center for Victim Research, with support from the Office for Victims of Crime. Each episode features an interview with a victim services expert on the work they do in their field and the importance of a partnership with a researcher or a practitioner in their projects. All images by Shutterstock, www.shutterstock.com.
 
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The Audiobooks.com Podcast | Let Us Tell You A Story

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The Audiobooks.com Podcast | Let Us Tell You A Story

The Real Brian and Addy Saucedo chatting with Authors, Narrators, and Audiobook Lovers

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Along with having over 60,000 audiobooks to choose from at Audiobooks.com, we now bring you a weekly show to give you the stories behind the books. Your hosts, The Real Brian and Addy, interview your favorite authors, narrators, audiobook lovers and keep you in the loop of what’s hot. Never miss an episode by subscribing to the show and download the free app at www.audiobooks.com/podcast today!
 
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June 28, 2022 44. It's Possible to Learn How to Make Better Decisions Nika Kabiri has spent over two decades studying how people make decisions in various contexts, from business to politics to relationships. She teaches people how to make better decisions and how to understand how others make decisions. Here are some important moments with Nika fr…
 
Topics: - Jon Secret Agent Interview - Jon's Ride Along - Mandatory Training or Jobs - Everybody should go to the Library Scenes: - The Interview Process - The Ride Along Essay - A Job Anyone Can Do - The Librarian Interview Process We have opinions and you're gonna hear them! Follow our characters down rabbit holes in our fast-paced improv shows. …
 
Topics: - When kids leave you - Could you be a Salesperson? - Hospital Sales Tactics - Dealing with Pressure from Doctors Scenes: - AirBnMontessori - Ask The Car - Turk the Medical Student - The AirBnMontessori Menu We have opinions and you're gonna hear them! Follow our characters down rabbit holes in our fast-paced improv shows. Hosted by Amechi …
 
June 21, 2022 43. He's Designing Homes and Buildings to Last Far into the Future Illya Azaroff is an architect and expert in building resilient capacity and climate adaptation. He is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is the founder of +lab architects focused on giving voice and viability to vulnerable communities around the world…
 
June 14, 2022 42. DIY Queen’s Secret is to Keep It Simple Cara Newhart is an Interior Designer and DIY Queen on a mission to empower everyday people to create spaces they’re obsessed with. Here are some important moments with Cara from the podcast: At 6:15 What do you hear from your viewers when they actually dive in to your DIY projects? At 11:42 …
 
June 7, 2022 41. A New App to Keep Your Family Safe Tammy Haldeman has developed an app called Your Shield - to fight against bullying, kidnapping, sexual harassment, domestic violence, and human trafficking. Learn how it works and why it can help you in this week’s podcast. Here are some important moments from the podcast: At 4:31 What got you thi…
 
May 31, 2022 40. Do You See the Stars Where You Live? Have you ever traveled to the mountains or the desert, looked up at the night sky, and a whole universe of new things appeared before your eyes? This week’s guest Cindy Luongo Cassidy wants everyone to experience that and she’s working with the Texas Chapter of the International Dark-Sky Associa…
 
Benji is the Executive Director of @ComedySportz Houston. He started as a member of the CSz High School League in 2004 and has been improvising, acting and singing since then. In addition to ComedySportz, he has produced a number of popular shows in Houston including Beer Babies, Star Warz: Unscripted, and Improv! The Musical. Benji is an avid Hous…
 
Starting at the beginning, Ryan was born in Columbia, Missouri, but grew up in Houston.Ryan began studying improv in 2005 with Houston’s Massive Creativity, led by MacArthur Antigua of Improv Olympic (IO) Chicago, performing at Avant Garden. In 2006, Ryan moved to Los Angeles where he completed IO West’s Training Program, and performed with “Kick D…
 
Hoja Lopez is a Venezuelan comedian, producer, and writer in the Chicago area. This former Houstonian is the co-host of Lemonada Media’s I’m Sorry, a podcast about apologies and creator of Gay News, a monthly satirical web-series focusing on queer stories. She is a graduate of the Annoyance Theater Improv program and recipient of the 2021 DIOversit…
 
May 24, 2022 39. Are You Ready for Hurricane Season? Hurricane season starts on June 1st, are you ready? While making our documentary film The Last House Standing, we interviewed several experts who have great advice for you. Advice ranges from what you should be thinking about when choosing where to live, to things you can do to make your home saf…
 
May 17, 2022 38. Coaching You to Reach Your Full Potential Great advice from a woman who climbed the corporate ladder and is now using that knowledge to help others navigate the workplace. Genesis Amaris Kemp empowers others to speak up for themselves. She is a trailblazer who wants you to live out your dreams, goals and visions. She tells it like …
 
Break’s Over! You know the importance of storytelling. You know the importance of sharing stories. And some of you have already stepped up to help keep Tell Us Something going. Missoula Gives has been extended through May 13. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Missoula Community Foundation (@missoulacommunityfoundation) So far 62 donors h…
 
May 10, 2022 37. Disaster Preparation Are You Ready to Help Yourself We need to do a better job proactively preparing for major disasters. Learn how from Nat The Preparedness Guy, an emergency manager who works from the bottom up, helping people help themselves so they can prepare for and manage disasters. Here are some important moments with Nat i…
 
May 3, 2022 36. Growing New Trees to Save the People of Haiti Karen Nicolas is on a mission to bring back the forests in Haiti. She believes reforestation is the best way to help people recover from disasters and live sustainably. Karen has years of experience in emergency relief and is now turning her focus to reforestation. Karen and her husband,…
 
This week on the podcast, I sit down with Melody Rice to talk about the story she shared live on stage at The Covellite Theater in Butte, America The theme that night was “Work”. We also talk about inequality in the workforce, life in Butte, Montana, and what things were like in regards to COVID in Butte at that time. It was a 60-degree-below-zero …
 
April 26, 2022 35. What You Eat Impacts You and The Environment We all want to live long and healthy lives and we want our children to have a bright future. But how can we expect that future if our diet is not sustainable with the planet we call home? Ximena Yáñez Soto talks about what we do as individuals is not just a matter of free choice but is…
 
Neil McMahon shared his story in front of a live audience at The Wilma Missoula, MT in September of 2016. Neil is working as a carpenter on a construction site in a remote part of Montana when the call comes from his New York City publisher. Neil calls his story “Deus ex Buick”. Stay tuned after his story to listen to our conversation. I caught up …
 
April 19, 2022 34. Making the Most of Every Minute Her name says it all, Katie B Happyy. Hear her inspirational story from personal loss and health issues to the inspirational message she shares every day about making the most out of every minute. Here are some important moments with Katie in the podcast: At 4:41 How do you share your "getting the …
 
This episode of the Tell Us Something podcast was recorded live in person in front of a sold-out crowd at The Wilma in Missoula, MT. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. A young woman visits …
 
This episode of the Tell Us Something podcast was recorded live in person in front of a sold-out crowd at The Wilma in Missoula, MT. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. A dramatic river resc…
 
April 12, 2022 33. The Transition to Clean Energy and Reducing Climate Change Amy Simpkins believes that the transition to clean energy and its associated contribution to reducing climate change is the foremost challenge of our time. She is the co-founder and CEO at muGrid Analytics. Amy provides bankable techno-economic analysis, optimized control…
 
April 4, 2022 32. Face Your Challenges And Improve Who You Are Pascale Brady helps people so they can better face their challenges. She teaches them how to grow their courage and resilience muscles so that they can survive crises of any kind and be better humans at the end of them. Here are some important moments with Pascale in the podcast: At 10:…
 
March 28, 2022 31. Special Diets Dining Out App Is On The Way If you’ve ever faced the challenge of finding a healthy place to eat, this week’s guest has created an app for that. Multipotentialite Charles Burns’ app is called Allergi, and it could be a game-changer when choosing where to dine. Here are some important moments with Charles in the pod…
 
March 21, 2022 30. Learn How to Prepare Your Family for Disasters Jason Perez and Wesley Long are first responders who got together to help educate, prepare and equip individuals, households, and families for disasters. Here are some important moments with Jason and Wesley in the podcast: At 4:05 Jason talks about how we can go from being reactive …
 
Laura King, a 32 year old married to her high school sweetheart, becomes pregnant and has to juggle that with the stress of being in law school. Her first ultrasound is an internal ultrasound at five weeks and goes well. She returns home and has to go back to the hospital after complications arise. ` As the mom of an 8-year-old boy and his four-yea…
 
March 14, 2022 29. Preparing Children for Disasters Are your children prepared for the next disaster? Disasters are scary for everyone, especially kids. That’s what motivates Heather Beal to write children’s books to help ease their fears. She has books on Earthquake Safety, Fire Safety, Hurricane Safety, Thunderstorm Safety, and Tornado Safety. He…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Brian Upton sits down with Tell Us Something Executive Director Marc Moss to talk about his story “Parting Ways with Henry Miller in Egypt”, which he told live onstage at The Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, MT in June 2015. The theme that night was “Oops! I Changed my Mind!”. His story was recorded in front of a live aud…
 
March 7, 2022 28. Meet A Woman Who Eliminated Plastic Containers From Her Business Angie Ringler has developed a unique manufacturing process that eliminates plastic bottles needed for liquid household cleaning and body products. Her company is called Tangie LLC, now doing business as WasteFreeProducts.com, a carbon-neutral business that is plant-b…
 
On a mission to buy an Indian sidecar during the Sturgis bike rally. Jim Beyer borrows Greg’s truck to go pick up the sidecar. He is followed several times along the way by police officers. Jim’s story is called “A Mission from God”. Jim Beyer has been a life-long motorcycle enthusiast since buying his first Harley-Davidson in 1972–which he still h…
 
February 21, 2022 27. Why We Need to be Resilient to Protect Our Homes Pete Gaynor shares his years of experience in disaster management which includes working at FEMA to his current position as the Senior Vice President and Director of National Resilience, Response, and Recovery programs for the LiRo Group. Pete is a former FEMA Administrator and …
 
Topics: - Southwest Flight Cancellations - Stories about Hell - Cicada Attack - The Patriot Plus Shot Scenes: - Golden Round-Trip Ticket to Heaven - Unhappy in Heaven - The Fixed Rate We have opinions and you're gonna hear them! Follow our characters down rabbit holes in our fast-paced improv shows. Hosted by Amechi Ngwe, Antoine W.B, Jon Myles, an…
 
Topics: - Ned's Highschool Shirts - Direct Advertising - Fast Driving and Skydiving - The Facebook Whistleblower Scenes: - Helpful T-Shirts - The Grilled Cheese Cult - Kyle The Gyropractor - Super Jon and Maybe Jon - Opinions in Highschool We have opinions and you're gonna hear them! Follow our characters down rabbit holes in our fast-paced improv …
 
Season 4 Episode 37: Hug Rap Topics: - Art and Candyman - How music makes you feel - The Klan Crypto Coin - Clothes Banned from the Club Scenes: - Hug Rap - The Hate Fair - The National Timberlands Association Meeting We have opinions and you're gonna hear them! Follow our characters down rabbit holes in our fast-paced improv shows. Hosted by Amech…
 
February 21, 2022 26. Using TikTok And Instagram to Educate About Eco-Friendly Sabrina Pare makes educational environmental content on TikTok and Instagram sharing tips on how to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle through low waste living and climate activism. You can click here to see Sabrina’s videos on Instagram and TikTok. You can also find her…
 
Free from jail at 16, Stephanie faces a corrupt system and overcomes an inept foster parent. Stephanie calls her story “The Smartest Girl in the Jail”. Stephanie told her story live on stage at The Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, MT back in October of 2012. The theme that night was “Forgiveness”. We also talk about her band, her podcasts, and how thing…
 
February 14, 2022 25. Finding Balance Between Working And Being A Mom Ali Wolf is a former newscaster turned podcast host and entrepreneur. Her podcast Mom’s Calling explores the issues, challenges, sacrifices and accomplishments women face in motherhood. Ali's goal is to help new, expecting, and first-time moms find connection and inspiration. Ali…
 
Jeremy N. Smith and I chat about his story “Always, Only, At Least”, which he told live onstage at The Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, MT back in October 2014. The theme that night was “The Things We Carry”. We also talk about podcasting, some of the podcasts that he hosts and co-hosts, storytelling, and being in service of others. I caught up with Jer…
 
February 7, 2022 24. Learn Why We All Need Some Hope In Our Lives Lauren Abrams hosts a podcast called 52 Weeks of Hope, where she talks to people from leaders to healers, discussing overcoming challenges and manifesting-dreams, but most important, giving people a message of HOPE. You can learn more about what Lauren does on her website. Here are s…
 
January 31, 2022 23. Graphic Novel Hero Captain Polo Fights Climate Change Meet the author of a great new graphic novel series about the causes, effects, and actions to fight climate change around the world. The Adventures of Captain Polo presents a comprehensive global overview of climate change science, practice and policy, framed within an actio…
 
January 24, 2022 22. Preserving Mature Trees And Getting Money For It She’s the real-life Lorax, on a mission to help protect and preserve mature trees and ultimately our planet’s ecosystem. Listen to Dennise Vidosh talk about how she plans on helping people with her company RE-TREE, where they’ll learn the value of the trees in their yard, and rat…
 
Our podcast today was recorded in front of a live audience on August 24, 2021, at Bonner Park Bandshell in Missoula, MT. 7 storytellers shared their true personal story on the theme “Forward to Better”. Today we hear from 2 of those storytellers. Our story this episode comes to us from Rosie Ayers and Teresa Waldorf. Teresa Waldorf and Rosie Ayers …
 
January 17, 2022 21. Learning About Climate Change Made Fun With The Sweaty Penguin There are ways to save the environment without beating people over the head. That's what Ethan Brown does on his podcast The Sweaty Penguin. Ethan mixes comedy with interesting topics to make climate change less overwhelming and politicized, and more accessible and …
 
January 10, 2022 20. How A Mailman And His Gyrocopter Tried to Save Our Political System As part of his mission to get big money out of politics, Doug Hughes landed a Gyrocopter on the lawn of the US Capitol in 2015. You’ll learn about why he took such a risk, and what he’s working on today to achieve his goals in this podcast. If you want to get D…
 
Our podcast today was recorded in front of a live audience on August 24, 2021, at Bonner Park Bandshell in Missoula, MT. 7 storytellers shared their true personal story on the theme “Forward to Better”. Today we hear from 5 of those storytellers. Our first story comes to us from Sasha Vermel. When Sasha Vermel tells her husband that she isn’t ready…
 
January 3, 2022 19. One Man's Journey Honoring His Son Who Died From Binge Drinking This week’s Move the World podcast guest is Barry Adkins. Barry has shared with tens of thousands of people the dangers of binge drinking, and his experience of losing his 18-year-old son Kevin to alcohol poisoning on the day he moved out on his own. In 2007 Barry s…
 
December 27, 2021 18. The Important Role Grandparents Play In A Childs Development The interaction between grandparents and grandchildren can be an important part of a young person’s development. Grandparents can provide acceptance, patience, love stability wisdom, fun and support to their grandchildren. Gramps Jeffrey talks about the role grandpar…
 
December 20, 2021 17. Hans Kullberg Finding Inspiration & Hope With The Loss Of A Child Hans Kullberg turned the tragic loss of his daughter into an uplifting, motivational children's book called Baby Aviva Orangutan Diva. The book has reached #1 on the Bestseller list. He also started a nonprofit that is helping low-income students get college sch…
 
December 13, 2021 16. Life After Death, A Chance To Make Things Right Author and Product for Product Podcast Host Moshe Mikanovsky talks about how he's able to make people happy through his work which inspires them to help move the world. Get more information about Moshe on his website. Here are some important moments in the podcast: At 4:38 Moshe …
 
December 6, 2021 15. The Power Of Ordinary Citizens to Enact Change Mary Wall and Eric Wojtanik talk about their documentary film The Fan Connection, a story about identity, possibility, and the power of ordinary citizens to enact change. If you are a sports fan or live in a town where sports are important to the community, you’ll want to listen to…
 
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