The talented Scott Haydon captured some great moments from our Hot Pursuit show last night.
Dean Burke shared his rite of passage that was skating around a crowded mall in an American flag Speedo – and very little else.
Kellie Richardson channels her caveman poet, her eight-year-old son who desperately needed her guidance through the pain of young love.
Gene Ryan revealed the marginally ethical maneuvers he made to squeeze a little more time in an Ecuador paradise.
Jean McChord shared the first night she pursued a murder suspect as a fifty-year old volunteer reserve officer with the Sheriff’s department.
Tad Monroe hosted the evening and drew on the power of Rainier – both in painted and canned form – to stir up the Drunken Telegraph spirit.
Paul Currington had the audience laughing at the darkest of experiences as he shared his pursuit of a reason to live.
Megan Sukys’ first job as a camp counselor pitted her against a fiercely competitive and wickedly strong boss, a Camp Director who insisted EVERYBODY play Capture the Flag.
If you missed the show – or just want to hear the stories again – we’ll be posting audio here in the next few days!!