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Join us for a live night of storytelling all about Tucson

Join us for a live night of storytelling all about Tucson

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Greetings From... Tucson mural

A mural by Greetings From... was painted in the alley behind Miller Surplus at 406 N. Sixth Ave., in February 2017 by Victor Ving and his girlfriend, photographer Lisa Beggs. 

From raspados to saguaros, there are just some things that are so...Tucson. 

Join Tucson Storytellers, an event hosted by the Arizona Daily Star and This is Tucson, for a live night of storytelling centered around our favorite desert city. 

Six community members will take the stage on August 13 at El Casino Ballroom to share their true, first-person stories about the Old Pueblo. 

You'll hear stories from Kylie Walzak, who saw her circle of Tucson expand after she decided to go car-free for a season. 

Dan Gibson, who shares about how music continually shapes his community and experiences in Tucson.

And Amanda Cheromiah, who fell in love with being a videographer after realizing she could give a voice to people who otherwise didn't have one.

To hear these stories and more, get your tickets now at tucson.com/storytellers! These nights routinely sell out. 

Karla Campillo-Soto on stage at the second Tucson Storytellers event, which was held at downtown’s Mercado San Agustin in June. Tonight’s event starts at 6:30 at the TMA.

Details for "This is Tucson" 

When: Tuesday, August 13, 6:30 check-in, stories from 7-8:30 p.m.

Where: El Casino Ballroom, 437 E. 26th St.

Tickets: $10 general audience, $8 students. Get tickets here

More: Drinks will be available to purchase at El Casino. 

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