Tacoma-based author Tom Llewellyn is also a hack carpenter who learned a painful and particularly bloody lesson from his vintage table saw while banging out a set of bookshelves.
Tacoma’s Jane Brazell never expected to like the movie, “Napolean Dynamite”, and yet it ended up being the key to connecting with a nephew stationed in Afghanistan.
When playwright Milo Mowery discovered his new neighbor was a fellow stay-at-home dad, he thought his days of loneliness were over. But, instead of the sitcom friendship he expected, their connection turns into a drama worthy of pay TV.
As the son of the mayor and the school board president in a tiny Arizona Dude Ranch town, Colin McArthur had a lot riding on The Science Project. Luckily, a dusty stranger tumbled across his path.
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Everyone has a story to tell, and it usually comes out at parties and social occasions where we can spin out the details and give our friends a glimpse inside our lives. Drunken Telegraph invites audiences to gather at Tacoma restaurants, bars and performance venues to share those revealing tales with total strangers. We believe that’s a sure-fire way to…
Drunken Telegraph co-founder, Megan Sukys, shared this story at the third show in December 2012.
In the late stages of her first pregnancy, Megan encountered a complication that worried her so much she asked her late mother to send a sign that things would turn out okay.
Drunken Telegraph co-founder, Tad Monroe, shared this story at the first show in June 2012.
He recalls a church lock-in from his teen years that offered the chance to try communion wine in a less-than-sacred way, something that made his first real communion an experience of true grace.