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First Person Arts believes that everyone has a story to tell, and that sharing our stories connects us with each other and the world. The First Person Arts Podcast is one more way we celebrate the power of the personal. Hear hilarious, ridiculous, astounding stories from real life, pulled from our events archive, plus new tales from our listeners right here. Visit firstpersonarts.org for more information about our live events or to tell your story.
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Growing up poor, Lindsey Coleman, became determined to live a prosperous and active life, different from his upbringing. While he began a prolific career, he also faced tremendous health challenges–nearly losing one leg, then another, and having to conquer a two-year bout with cancer. Lindsey constantly flummoxed his doctors with his determination,…
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Ed Berg year1970 was living in Colorado, at the age of 15 with allergies. Where he was home alone. He started to exhaled, a large glob of mucus blocked his airway. He could not inhale, Ed tried for seconds to inhale but could not. Then realized he had difficulty in breathing. Suddenly, Ed was outside of his body but something was different. Ed was …
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Today on a special episode of #Us - Unique and Shared Experiences, we are teaming up with the Life Design Lab at Johns Hopkins University to share stories told by students about their journeys towards fulfilling careers and lives. Natalia was facing decision paralysis and didn’t know what decision would be the “right” one. Keidai realized his paren…
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Marjorie was let go from her job for standing up for what she believed in. And Bill had to learn to let go of his leg intruder to save his own life. Today, we are taking a deep breath, uncurling our clenched fingers, and Letting Go. On this episode we have three amazing stories for you about everything from terrible jobs to beloved pets. Get Ticket…
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Travis Bearman from Groves, TX had OBE Out-of-Body Experience a little over 4 years ago. OBE's are defined as experiences in which a person seems to be awake and sees his/her body and the world from a location outside his/her physical body. Travis's experience is so unique from experiencing with the dark side and then talking with the Savior and An…
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First Person Arts and the Free Library of Philadelphia have enjoyed crossover programming, partnerships, and a mutual love of stories over the years. Today we are featuring stories from a program we did with the Free Library’s One book One Philadelphia around The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon. Join #Us as we share sto…
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Michel filmed a couple in love as one of them was terminally ill. And though it was tragic, their love for one another helped change the world. Lisa’s daughter got everything she wanted for Christmas, but she couldn’t share her new toys with the one person she wanted to play with. When the highs of joy and love crash into the depths of grief and lo…
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Description Today, we celebrate the life and work of a beloved Philadelphia Artist Jerry Pinkney who’s birthday is this month. Jerry’s life and body of work is a testament to the reliance, persistence, and freedom of the human spirit. We come to you with three stories from individuals who connect with these core values as part of their own experien…
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Lisa almost set her house on fire when the hot oil in a pizza box exploded. Sure, she had started a smaller fire, but she was distracted thinking about another fire that was dwindling – her marriage. Chris was enjoying his first week of college when he got a call from his sister. It was the shortest call they’d ever have, but it is burned in his me…
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Can music be a form of storytelling? We at First Person Arts think it can! That’s why we’ve partnered with the Network For New Music to create new original pieces of music that come directly from stories. All of the stories are on the theme of Love and the Philly neighborhood of Germantown. So come join #Us for a special episode celebrating stories…
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At age 17, Paul H was almost arrested for a murder he didn’t commit. But the busy bodies in his neighborhood acted as strong alibis and he was saved at the eleventh hour. At age 19, Daralyse was in a wild phase and on a trip to Mexico. She ventured out of the touristy part of town and used what little spanish she knew to haggle the crack she was bu…
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At 41, Kevin decided to get kinky. He met the right guy online, bought a blindfold and some rope, and got busy. But his aggressive cat had his own ideas. On the other side of town, Kelsey was ready to get it on, but her date thought it would be better to get that rash on her chest checked out by a doctor. Listen to these and other stories of sex go…
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Elizabeth has good intuition, a sixth sense she calls it. The first time she felt it was when she was thirteen. Later that Night her brother was in an accident. This lead to her devoting her live to volonteering and helping others. Join Us, Elizabeth, and two other storytellers for an episode focusing on how they found their purpose through the pai…
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Taco Poulsen, had 2 NDE experiences September 2017. Taco remember laying in the hospital bed to weak to walk, eat, even have enough strength to get to the bathroom. she was laying there when she felt like she was not in her body but could see everyone talking to the Doctor who was down the hallway from where she was. Taco heard the Doctor telling h…
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In March of 2020, Randy Schiefer contracted COVID-19. Within the same month, he was put on a ventilator, emergency intubation, an ECMO machine, and placed in a coma as he fought for his life.As his health deteriorated rapidly, doctors gave Randy a 3% chance of living. But after convalescent plasma treatment, the support of his family, and 3 profoun…
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When Emma was eighteen she was in lust with her best friend. All she could think of was how much she wanted to sleep with him. What got in her way? He was also her boss. In a moment of courage she confessed it to him driving home one day. This and other thrilling lust stories in this episode of #Us as we kick off our second season! Celibrate wth us…
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We're wrapping up our summer programming with an encore presentation of "If I Knew Then", an episode all about looking back at what you can only know with the clear vision of hindsight. This episode has a special guest host - Chris Lundy! If you like having Chris as your host, be sure to join him (and Us) at the Sex-Files StorySlam on September 20t…
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Ever feel like you’re reliving the same day? Or stuck in a never ending time loop? Yeah, us too. But luckily, you’re not alone. We’ve got five stories for you about making the same mistakes over and over and over again. But don’t worry, because sometimes repetition is the very tool that gives you a second chance and a new beginning. Join #Us for an…
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They say that lightning never strikes twice. Well, in this special #US encore it strikes five times! (Metaphorically, of course). We have five stories about the powers beyond our control and how and how to deal with the reminder that no matter how hard we try, us humans can’t control everything. Whether it’s God, Destiny, or Nature, all we can do i…
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In celebrating the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness that the 4th of July is all about we have a special encore presentation of Five People, One Moment: Flags Of America. This episode features Simon, a big fan of the American flag and the symbols' history. But he doesn't shy away from criticizing this nation or the way the flag's symbolism ha…
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Ingrid Honkala PhD, became aware of other life dimensions from her near-death experience at the age of two and was gifted with the wise input of Beings of Light. This helped her face the challenges of growing up in her native country Colombia and finding her destiny as a scientist and a giver of Light. Her worldwide oceanographic surveys and her lo…
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Geraldine Orozco was abducted by UFO which has started at the age of 5 years old. Aliens took some of her eggs, as part of a shocking to program to create race of alien-human hybrids. Geraldine discovers that she has been involved in 4 different hybridization multiplication programs resulting in 24 + hybrid children.…
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Peter Whitley. Peter has been abducted by aliens 3 times and he has actually traveled to UFOs 40 times. Originally from the U.S., Pete is the National Director for MUFON of Japan and a member of MUFON's Experiencer Research Team. After a number of years as a counselor in the Pacific Northwest, he was drawn to Japan and is now a permanent resident.…
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With spring strongly here we are starting to think out of the nest to focus on stories of personal growth, new beginnings and establishing independence. So today we will have five tales for you from storytellers who are going through changes. Join #Us as we explore coming into one's self and discovering all that you can be. Subscribe to our Email L…
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Join #Us for a special episode featureing author Keith Mason and stories on deep sea diving, a shooting in texas, and finding the missing person in your life. Learn more at https://www.pleasestandupmason.com Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Share your COVID St…
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Today, we’re going back to college! For many folks college is a distinct time in our lives. So today, we’re focusing on stories about college and what we’ve learned with hindsight. Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube:https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Amazon Charity: https://tinyurl.com/Amazon-Char…
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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 cheating heart. Lauren Kevin Steve Jill Jamie Thank you to our …
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Children are the first victims of war Over 400 million children live in countries affected by violent conflict; many are forcibly displaced, sometimes orphaned and unaccompanied, in search of safety. Over half of all civilians killed by landmines and explosive remnants of war are children. Brief Media biography. JEAN-PIERRE GRESSET. Publisher Compo…
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This episode we are talking about the relationships that make us who we are. We have five stories about family. Daughters complaining about mothers, fathers hesitant about sons, and a couple other stories about the family ties that bring us home. Join #US for "How Much Do You Love My Mother". Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscrib…
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To commemorate the shortest month of the year, we have an episode dedicated to the brief stories. So join #Us (it won't take long) for our five shorties about first dates, cutting in line, and falling from bridges. Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Share your C…
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Betty describes her life before sobriety as “rearranging furniture on the Titanic''. She shares the story of how she went to a meeting in a church basement with no intentions of getting sober only to now be 21 years in recovery. Betty is now a comedian in Philadelphia who brings her authenticity to everything she does on and off the stage.…
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When Vickie got sober she did it her own way. She broke a lot of the usual “rules” and went right back on stage after hiding her addiction in the Philadelphia comedy scene. But the family and life she’s built for herself during seven years of sobriety are a constant reminder of how much she loves her life, even during the hard moments.…
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This is the second part of our two part Valentines Day series. Part one was all about hookups. Today we’ll have stories about bad breakups, relationships falling apart, and throwing in the towel. So Join #Us for "Quit It". Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Shar…
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Today, we have a special episode. Every year for Valentines Day First Person Arts does the Ex-Files show. It’s an evening where we can all commiserate together about our terrible exes. And to honor that in podcast form, we are doing a two part series with stories from the Ex-Files. This episode is Hit It, where we have stories about hooking up, get…
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Robert Aho. During his near-death experience his Buddhist beliefs were confirmed. Robert is an author who has actually had two (2) NDE experiences 1st in 2016 and his 2nd one on January 2021. Robert Aho is author of two (2) books that are on Amazon. "Timeless Luminosity" and "The Frog: A Spiritual Autobiography, Spanning Many Lifetimes"…
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Join #Us for a Holiday Encore performance of “I Made This S#!t Happen“ Zeeshan David Lisa Jay Emma Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Share your COVID Story: https://www.firstpersonarts.org/Stories/COVID-Stories Amazon Charity: https://tinyurl.com/Amazon-Charity…
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Join #Us for a Holiday Encore performance of "Defining Moments" Bill - 2012 Fall GrandSlam Dave - Going for it GrandSlam Diane - 2012 Fall GrandSlam Kathy - Going For It GrandSlam Katie - 2012 Fall GrandSlam First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Share your COVID Story: https://www.firstpersonarts.org/Stories/COVID-Stories Fi…
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Winter is officially here. And although the bitter cold and dark afternoons can be gloomy, when it snows it always feels like there is something to celebrate. Kelsey Chris Jim Kayleigh Chip Thank you to our media sponsor: Metro Newspaper Subscribe to First Person Arts YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/SubscribetoFPA Share your COVID Story: https://www.f…
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