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Peter Kaspari, Editor
3:00 am CST November 7, 2019

It probably won’t come as a surprise to anyone that I love telling stories. After all, why would I go into a profession where I tell stories if I didn’t like to tell them?

But something I’ve never done is stood up in front of an audience of complete strangers and told a story about my personal life.

Yet that’s exactly what I got to see firsthand on Saturday, Nov. 2, as I sat in the audience at the Gorton Community Center’s John & Nancy Hughes Theater and watched “Truth Be Told: A Night of Personal Storytelling.”