With the start of March and spring right around the corner, here at First Person Arts we’re feeling ready to push away the old and reach for something new. So, this week we have five stories of people pushing, to sell cars, redefine themselves, or buy a boat from a shady seller. Join #Us for […]
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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’re celebrating all the ways a date can go wrong. Whether it’s someone with a love of clowns or going on a blind date to Atlantic City, some dates are so bad the only words that can save them are “Take me to McDonald’s, and take me home!” […]
For 11 years, First Person Arts has done Valentine’s Day our own way with the Ex-Files StorySlam. #US will be no different. In this episode, we are going to look at the seedy underbelly of love. Jamie J. will be joined by our StorySlam host, Chris Lundy. Join #US as we hear what’s in a […]
It’s 2021, and after the past year we’ve all had, it’s time for some new goals. Join #US for five stories about new beginnings, working through anxiety, and just staying alive. Progress doesn’t happen overnight. Be inspired or commiserate as storytellers share their goals in #US – “And you realize you’re getting better”.
Food and family. Separately or combined these can be absolutely great or they can be fodder for the therapist. In “Everyone at the Table…” we hear the stories about a boy who loves Christmas and has to hide it, a young woman who learns a new recipe in her grandmother’s memory, and in […]
Hindsight is 2020 especially IN 2020. The episode of #US – “Look How Far We’ve Come” highlights how the challenging moments of our lives can be viewed through a different lens. Whether it’s a 4-year-old girl learning the power of her voice, a young man’s diminishing inheritance transforming into familial pride, or a series of […]
Ever had a near-death experience? They say your whole life flashes before your eyes. Some say, instead, that we see a few key memories that are etched in your brain. The defining moments that made you who you are, speak for us! Listen as storytellers share their defining moments in #US – Defining Moments.
Identity is a tricky thing. It can’t be summed up in a few words and is often more than the sum of its parts. Especially a big word like US. So we decided to let some of our favorite storytellers speak for us! Listen to the story of First Person Arts through #US – Who […]