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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.
 
Gabriela Tavakoli Bailey is an Executive Producer and TV Executive responsible for overseeing some of the most successful and buzzed about shows, including the runaway hit franchise 90 DAY FIANCÉ. Driven by curiosity and love of storytelling, there's never a shortage of people she'd like to learn more about. Her latest project is the podcast Tell Us Something We Don't Know, where she and writer Orly Minazad talk to fascinating people, living extraordinary lives. The guests share their journe ...
 
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Captain Sandy Yawn does more than navigate superyachts as the star of Bravo's Below Deck Mediterranean. She's a skilled leader, trained to maintain order and calm not only at sea, but in life. Her story is one of resilience, hard work, and molding herself into a truly effective leader. She's here to talk about her book, “Be the Calm or Be the Storm…
 
Our first storyteller is Jim Harte. Jim has always loved film, ever since he was a boy. When the distributors forget to send the second reel of “Wild in the Streets”. Jim gets creative in the way that he avoids giving refunds. Jim calls his story “More Than a Movie” 📷 kmr studios Jim Harte has worked in the film business for 45 years. He was raised…
 
Seth Marks is the ultimate husband on Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. When he's not busy being a model partner to his wife, Meredith, and navigating bathtub scenes on television, he's the leading expert in the field of end of life inventory. Seth is the Chief Merchandising Officer for Channel Control Merchants, the world's largest reverse logist…
 
You know and love her as the host of the 90 Day Fiancé Tell Alls, but Shaun Robinson has been the reigning queen of journalism for years hosting shows like Access Hollywood and every major red carpet show and beyond. In addition to her Emmy award winning TV Personality, Shaun is also an actress, producer, author, philanthropist and activist. She jo…
 
Four storytellers share their true personal story on the theme “It’s the Little Things”. Their stories were recorded live in-person in front of a sold-out crowd on December 15, 2022 at The Wilma in Missoula, MT. Our first story comes to us from Ean Kessler. Ean wrestles with himself and his relationship to his father, whom he barely knows. Ean call…
 
Two years ago, now 20 year-old Eden Schroeder experienced a life changing accident that left her paralyzed from the chest down. Eden is incredibly charismatic and inspiring and it’s no wonder she’s got a thriving following on TikTok. She opens up about her accident and navigating love as a young woman. Stay up to date with us on Instagram, Tik Tok …
 
Russell Howard, Adam Malka and David Lasman are best friends and co-founders of Signature Tracks, the music production house responsible for scoring hundreds of our favorite unscripted shows, films, trailers and commercials. Behind their extraordinary success is an even more dynamic story of three childhood friends cultivating and applying their un…
 
Dawn Geftakys was born into a fundamentalist evangelical cult, founded by her grandfather in the 1960’s. Dawn ultimately left the cult and shares her experience and shocking past. Stay up to date with us on Instagram, Tik Tok and Twitter. You can contact us at info@tellussomethingwedontknow.comAv Gabriela Tavakoli Bailey & Orly Minazad
 
Maz Jobrani is a comedian, actor, author and activist who has made a name for himself with his clever and incisive comedic style. In this interview, Maz talks about his journey into the entertainment world, the challenges he's faced, and the unique perspective he brings to his work as an Iranian-American performer. He shares hilarious stories from …
 
This episode of the podcast was recorded in front of a live audience on July 8, 2010 at The PEAS Farm in Missoula, MT at an event that predates Tell Us Something. Missoula residents Jeremy N. Smith and Josh Slotnick hosted the event, which they called “Eat our Words”. 5 storytellers shared their true personal story on the theme “Leaving Home”. Jere…
 
This episode of the podcast was recorded in front of a live audience on August 31, 2022 in Black Rock City at Center Camp at the Burning Man event. 5 storytellers shared their true personal story on the theme “Waking Dreams”. Today we hear from three of those storytellers. Jack Butler was raised in Kentucky, and found the outdoors and forests to be…
 
Four storytellers share their true personal story on the theme “Letting Go”. Their stories were recorded live in-person in front of over 900 listeners on September 27, 2022 at The Dennison in Missoula, MT. Our first story comes to us from Kate Wilburn. Kate loves wood and woodworking. She learned the craft of timber framing 40 years ago, collected …
 
Four storytellers share their true personal story on the theme “Letting Go”. Their stories were recorded live in-person in front of over 900 listeners on September 27, 2022 at The Dennison in Missoula, MT. Our first story comes to us from Susan Shenker. A chance meeting with a stranger in a car wash waiting room leads to a (consensual) ogling of br…
 
Rachel Bemis shares her impactful experience of finally deciding to become a teacher after a fulfilling career in other sectors. Sierra Tai-Brownlee, former Tell Us Something Board member, interviews Rachel for her podcast ” https://www.tellussomething.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/0TUS012-014-Meet-the-Board-Rachel-Bemis.mp3 .…
 
This episode of the Tell Us Something podcast was recorded live in person, in front of a sold-out crowd on June 27, 2022, in Bonner Park, in Missoula, MT. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Didn’t See That Coming”. Our first story comes to us from Katie Garding. Some bad decisions on a New Years Eve…
 
This episode of the Tell Us Something podcast was recorded live in person, in front of a sold-out crowd on June 27, 2022, in Bonner Park, in Missoula, MT. Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Didn’t See That Coming”. Our first story comes to us from Rae Scott Rae takes us on a hike up Waterworks Hill …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. A young woman visits New York City with her Papa, a Polish track athlete reflects on defecting from Poland in the 1980s, A woman runs out of gas in front of Costco on a busy Missoula street and an adventure guide with a dying cell phone, no water, and …
 
Four storytellers share their true personal stories live without notes on the theme “Stone Soup”. A dramatic river rescue, bullets confiscated at TSA, a middle-aged woman cookin’ up an incredible stew and a man, a porcupine, a jar of pickles, and a little birdie. Our podcast today was recorded in front of a live audience on March 30, 2022, at The W…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Bonnie Bishop talks about what it was like to be the first person in Tell Us Something history to share her story in a live-streamed setting. We talk about the pandemic, about collective grief, and about what it means to begin returning to life beyond quarantine. After our conversation, you can hear the story as Bonnie shared it on the Tell Us Some…
 
Tell Us Something Podcast Trade with A Rhythm Runs Through It Tell Us Something believes that everyone has a story. We believe that all stories matter. We believe that storytelling brings us together as a community. We believe that stories connect us as community members, open our hearts, change our minds, change our community and change the world …
 
Tell Us Something believes that everyone has a story. We believe that all stories matter. We believe that storytelling brings us together as a community. We believe that stories connect us as community members, open our hearts, change our minds, change our community and change the world for the better. PLEASE, IF YOU CAN, GIVE GENEROUSLY DURING THI…
 
This week on the podcast, we check in with Anna Haslund, the first Deaf storyteller to have shared a story on the Tell Us Something stage. We talk about her story and what it was like to share a story on the Tell Us Something stage. We also talk about her excitement to compete in the Miss America Pageant representing her state as Miss Montana. Duri…
 
Our first storyteller is Kellie Grandone, whose creative father fashions some homemade skis as a Christmas gift when times were tough at the Grandone household. Kellie Grandone was born and raised in Polson, Montana, and now calls Great Falls home. She is a mother to 4 wonderful, creative children, and has been married to her husband Ryan for 21 ye…
 
Nerma Dobričanin has been teaching English for 14 years. She loves to play volleyball and is passionate about traveling. One of her childhood dreams was to visit the United States which finally came true when she arrived in the US to participate in the STUDY OF THE U.S. INSTITUTE ON SECONDARY EDUCATION through the Mansfield Center at the University…
 
Today we feature four storytellers who worked hard during a Tell Us Something corporate storytelling week-long workshop. Members of the Montana Economic Developers’ Association, or MEDA shared their true personal stories from their homes and offices during a corporate workshop hosted by Tell Us Something. The storytelling workshop helped people har…
 
photo by Jason Davis Tabitha Martinez originally hails from Rawlins, Wyoming, and earned a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Montana. she has since dedicated herself to becoming a full-time artist. Tabitha is a Teaching artist at SPARK Arts Ignite Learning. She lives in Missoula Montana where she rides her bike everywhere, paints on…
 
Since around July of 2020, I have been interviewing Tell Us Something storyteller alumni about their experience sharing a story on the Tell Us Something stage, why they chose to share a story and what they’ve been up to since having shared their story. I have a lot more of those interviews to share with you. This week, though, I am going to introdu…
 
Tell Us Something director Marc Moss worked with the team at Gecko Designs to rethink the Tell Us Something website back in 2017 and they have been providing hosting and routine maintenance for the website ever since. Join head honcha Melissa Kaplan and Marc for an in-depth vist about Gecko Designs, the Tell Us Something experience, and telling a s…
 
For years, Ana Soulia won best physical therapist in the local paper’s Best of Missoula voting. She eventually split away from the office where she worked to form her own practice – Inertia Physiotherapy. Inertia Physiotherapy helps Missoulians get to the root of their pain and heal their injuries so that they can live the active healthy lifestyle …
 
When Molly decided to share her story at Tell Us Something, she also extended an offer of in-kind sponsorship to Tell Us Something. Molly is the CEO of Gatherboard. The Gatherboard.com site tells us that Molly Bradford has been involved in sales and marketing in the greater-Missoula area for nearly 15 years, working with 500+ small businesses on su…
 
Dagny is a 2nd-year graduate student at Montana State University where she is the current coordinator for the Sleep and Development Lab. Dagny grew up in the small town of Salmon, Idaho where she has been a whitewater river guide for the past 12 years. Dagny guides on the Middlefork of the Salmon, which is Shoshone-Bannock tribal land. It is her fa…
 
Born in Kalispell MT, Jennie Pak has deep Montana roots. A love of history and theater lead to her current stint as a living history presenter for Humanities MT. Jennie travels the state performing her one-hour programs at libraries, schools, assisted living facilities and museums. In her day job, she is a senior care provider for Home Instead Seni…
 
Molly Bradford is the CEO and Co-founder at GatherBoard, the makers of MissoulaEvents.net. Molly takes community connection seriously, as an active member of the Missoula startup ecosystem in addition to her children’s scholastic and community endeavors. Molly is an avid yet amateur gardener, cook, skier, and hunter who likes to put up mass quantit…
 
This week on the podcast, Mike Calucchia talks about his dogs that he had in his truck for his story. We also learn about his aspirations to be a painter and hear about how he learned to cook from his Italian grandmother. After our conversation, you can hear the story as he shared it on the Tell Us Something stage. Mike Calucchia was first introduc…
 
Jill Alban talks about radical truth-telling. She shares some insights about the story she shared at Tell Us Something, too. After our conversation, you can hear the story as she shared it on the Tell Us Something stage. Jill Alban is a marketing professional based in Missoula, Montana. She serves as a Coach and Director of Marketing for Handel Gro…
 
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