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Guillermo Romano Ibarra's friend, Justin, was there for him in ways he couldn't anticipate when he was seriously injured in a crash. Guillermo told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. D…
 
Yenny Soley felt alone coming to the U.S. from Venezuela. The kindness of two strangers that would become like family helped turn her life around. Yenny told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can …
 
Rusty Johnson couldn't have survived without the help of his many foster parents, teachers, neighbors and others who supported him along the way. Rusty told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can t…
 
A friend helped pay for Stevie Lang's therapy, which put her on a new path in life. Stevie told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are filled wit…
 
Patsy Shors was out on her brother's paper route when a stranger offered them a ride. The mysterious woman ended up giving them hundreds of dollars in cash. Patsy told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Generosity” on Dec. 13, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and eve…
 
Billy Weathers, also known as B.WELL, the artist and philanthropist will not compromise until his vision is realized. But his obsession stems beyond that. Billy told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Obsessions" on Oct. 25, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and every…
 
Cody Goodwin lived and breathed wrestling for 14 years — but he hated it. Now an award-winning journalist at the Des Moines Register, he's fallen back in love with the sport. Cody told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Obsessions" on Oct. 25, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. You can follow his reporting at DesMoinesRegister.com. T…
 
Tim Johnson made it his mission to let no Iowan go hungry. His life's calling came after he nearly drowned in Puerto Rico. Tim told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Obsessions" on Oct. 25, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storyt…
 
From an imaginary duck friend named Bego to a children's museum — How Julie Burtnette's imagination has added magic to her life. Julie told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's “Obsessions" on Oct. 25, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moine…
 
It took a two-year stay in federal prison for Randy Brown to turn his life around — for the better. Warning: This story includes discussion of addiction, the death of children and sexual offenses. Randy told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Bad Advice" on Aug. 30, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Proje…
 
Rick Kievits was determined to stay in the United States after a year studying abroad. But he took bad advice that led to a visa denial. Rick told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Bad Advice" on Aug. 30, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. De…
 
At 40, Julie Gammack was craving something new. So despite her friends' advice, she left her longtime job — only to have it fall apart 6 weeks later. Julie told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Bad Advice" on Aug. 30, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone c…
 
Kiranmai Yarlagadda was taught to keep all emotions to herself, leading to shyness and insecurity. But she overcame that with the help of her daughter. Kiranmai told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Bad Advice" on Aug. 30, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and every…
 
Gality Levy Freylack knew she should have said no when her father asked to take a secret trip to visit her grandparents in Tel Aviv. Following the trip she spent decades listening to bad advice. Galit told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Bad Advice" on Aug. 30, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project…
 
It took three trips around the world for Brenda McGuire to find the love of her life — a man she could have met in Des Moines. Brenda told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Voyages" on June 14, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines St…
 
Akwi Nji found herself on a plane back to Africa after her father's sudden death. She feared the distance with family she hadn't seen for two decades. Akwi told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Voyages" on June 14, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can …
 
Erik Dominguez' life in Tucson was awkward and hard. So when he was called back to a conference there, he dreaded what the visit would dredge up. Erik told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Voyages" on June 14, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell …
 
When Coral Thede's father died, she traveled the world to find peace and a new outlook on life. Coral told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Voyages" on June 14, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are fi…
 
What was supposed to be a picturesque family vacation turned into one wild ride for Robert Warren. Think a packed car, contraband cigarettes and a tiny fishing lodge. Robert told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Voyages" on June 14, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story…
 
Every year Tony Dahlman gets a call on his birthday from Saddam Hussein. He shares the backstory and how this tradition showcases an act of familial love. Tony told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and every…
 
How one Iowan made the bold move to join her small-town boys’ wrestling team and helped pave the way for generations of female athletes to come. Aymi told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can te…
 
Jim Ramm grew up as a half-Asian boy in the Midwest. He shares how he embraced forgiveness after hearing negative stereotypes about his Japanese culture throughout his childhood. Jim told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyon…
 
Jeff Clothier shares how a sabotaged prom date turned into a lifelong friendship. Jeff told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are filled with n…
 
Blake Carlson's grandma "never really grew up." He tells how her eccentricities helped him to embrace his disability. Blake told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytel…
 
If he loves you, you’ll know it. If he doesn’t, you’ll be confused. Preshia Paulding told this story at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Love" on Feb. 15, 2022.โดย Des Moines Register
 
How I’ve learned to turn tough endings into promising new beginnings. Maria Reveiz told this story at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "A Fresh Start" on Sept. 14, 2021.โดย Des Moines Register
 
How I went from a life of crime to helping others find a second chance. Charles Brewton told this story at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "A Fresh Start" on Sept. 14, 2021.โดย Des Moines Register
 
When literally nothing goes right, how do you respond? By choosing joy over everything else. As presented at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" on Feb. 25, 2020. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Storytellers.โดย Des Moines Register
 
When life handed lemons to this lawyer, she made lemonade (and hot fudge pudding cake and quiche and cheese bread). As presented at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" on Feb. 25, 2020. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Storytellers.…
 
How an Iowan’s long-term stay in Macedonia taught her to focus on what happens now. As presented at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" on Feb. 25, 2020. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Storytellers.โดย Des Moines Register
 
How a near-death experience taught this cancer doctor how to truly live. As presented at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" on Feb. 25, 2020. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Storytellers.โดย Des Moines Register
 
How putting words of loss on paper turned into something special. As presented at the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" on Feb. 25, 2020. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Storytellers.โดย Des Moines Register
 
As an anchor at WHO-HD, Erin Kiernan has put her life in the spotlight. During the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "What Happens Next" she shares a part of her life hidden from the bright lights and TV cameras — the highs and lows of trying to start a family. Learn more about the series or get tickets to future shows at DesMoinesRegister.com/Stor…
 
After her mother’s death, Sandra Rohrer embraced forgiveness and healing while facing her life’s two big mysteries — Who is she? And will her mother’s murder ever be solved?โดย Des Moines Register
 
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