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Adrian explains how he could be taking a body shot right now.
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Adrian explains how he could be taking a body shot right now.

Part two of the Worth Repeating Podcast on the theme Bash features stories that include: dad’s seventh wedding, an almost nauseating proposal, and one untrustworthy member of a wedding party.

Stories may not be suitable for all ages, listener discretion is advised. 

Part two of the Worth Repeating podcast on the theme Bash was the perfect ending to an incredible season. We asked for life’s biggest crashes and were pleasantly surprised by all of the hits. Stories from this podcast episode include wedding reservations, an anxious night out, and an untrustworthy groomsman.

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Al explains the details in finding her way home after a night of anxiety drinking.

Worth Repeating is now seeking storytellers for the upcoming season! Submissions are open for the next seven events, with the first beginning in September. Seven live events, fourteen podcast episodes, and forty nine storytellers. Every story is worth repeating. Submit your story today by visiting tpr.org/wr.

Missing TPR? Fall and spring are for stories, but summer is for music. Join TPR for Summer Night City happening at 321 West Commerce every Thursday in June and July. You’ll get to indulge in free music, local vendors, food and fun for the whole family. Rain or shine or extreme heat, in the event of inclement weather TPR will move indoors.

Worth Repeating is made possible by the 80/20 Foundation, the City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture, and Niche at Pearl. Sound Production: Alfie De la Garza/ Texas Public Radio. Worth Repeating is a production of Texas Public Radio.

Jordan tries to give a groomsman the benefit of the doubt.
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Jordan tries to give a groomsman the benefit of the doubt.

A note from host Tori Pool: Special thanks goes to my production team which consists of our ride or die marketing department at TPR, along with the talented Sound Crane Audio and Jacob Glombowski, as well as each storyboard volunteer. They endure each anxiety and rise to the occasion in times of support and deliver impeccable execution. In short, I love them all so much and I can’t wait to see what we create next season. Additionally, I’m so incredibly thankful for each storyteller that shared this season with me and gifted us all with their words and candor. I'm delighted to share this space, in this moment, with you.

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