The Cincinnati Storytellers Project is a quarterly night of storytelling that extends The Enquirer's commitment of telling stories beyond the printed and digital products and into real life.

For each night, we pick a new topic with a carefully curated lineup of storytellers — different people with different experiences but one common theme to unify them. We give them an unfiltered voice.

In listening to their stories, we in the audience are moved — to action, to laughter, to tears. We leave inspired, with deepened connections to our neighbors and sharing in their grace, their laughter and their tears.

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The Storytellers Project is made possible in Cincinnati by the people who tell stories and the people who listen to them.

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#WordPlayCafe with Megan Finnerty sharing her fashion woes!

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Hey, #Pennsylvania - #YorkStorytellers is officially on the scene! Get your tix to the inaugural show - ydr.com. #storytellersproject

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Touch much fun in between shows! #azstorytellers #storytellersproject

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My co-emcee Garrett Mitchell rocked out to the #PointerSisters' "I'm So Excited" to get pumped for tonight! #wegotthis #storytellersproject #azstorytellers

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#azstorytellers #storytellersproject Tickets still available for the 8:30 show.

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We love to share stories. To subscribe to our monthly newsletter featuring stories from our teller nights around the country, visit StorytellersProject.com. #storytellersproject

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#storytellersproject #azstorytellers Laughter and great vibes at #loveandheartbreak teller rehearsal dinner. Get your tickets at StorytellersProject.com

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#storytellersproject #azstorytellers Michelle Ponce and her cute little "storytelling assistant" discuss the need to trust your instincts.

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