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The Moth on XPN Tuesday nights at 10pm

The Moth originally formed by the writer George Dawes Green as an intimate gathering of friends on a porch in Georgia (where moths would flutter in through a hole in the screen), and then recreated in a New York City living room, The Moth quickly grew to produce immensely popular events at theaters and clubs around New York City and later around the country.



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Tune into XPN Every Tuesday night at 10pm to hear another story on the Moth!

A 16-year old girl discovers she is pregnant; a waiter fields a strange request at a Macaroni Grill;
A high school quarterback leaves Montana as a promising son and returns years later to reveal a shocking secret;
A young woman is told to keep her heritage a secret...by her mother; a reckless partier gets shipwrecked and has to sober up enough to save the day;
A family reunites around a hospital bed; a grandmother shares wisdom, (and a beer) with her grandson;
Christian McBride, a jazz bassist, is put to the test by his idol,
A special live edition of The Moth at The Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas.
A hair stylist recalls accompanying his father on hunting expeditions in Alabama;
Phil Caputo shares how a bullet wound helped him heal his soul;
Popular Moth storyteller Tom Shillue hosts this hour. The star of the kid's TV show Blue's Clues details his complicated relationship with fame.
A collection of Moth GrandSLAM Stories from around the country. A rabbinical student answers tough questions; a couple crashes the 2008 Obama inauguration;
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