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The Travelogues 

When: Fridays, 7 p.m. Continues through Jan. 25 2013
Many of us would easily take the opportunity to travel the world if presented a limitless land and sea pass, but still there are still special nooks and crannies we would never encounter. Funded by Hampton Arts Management’s Think Small to Think Big microfunding program, The Travelogues, presented by the Vessel Collective, offers guests a chance to experience places and culture through spoken word. Every Friday evening in January, at least two speakers will entertain attendees with audio and visual aids. The first installment at Tempus Projects, on Jan. 4, features Deanna Williams’ tales of an English teacher in Bangalore, India, and Josh Sullivan’s one-year trek across more than 40 U.S. states. On Jan. 11, Tampa photographer, lawyer and writer Nicole Kibert shares her experiences serving in the Peace Corps in Macedonia and Professor Ryan Cragun reveals what it was like to be a missionary in Costa Rica for two years (Cafe Hey, 7 p.m.). Ari Gabel delves into The Mississippi Delta in search of the blues and the Ohio River Valley, and Sarah Gecan talks about her visits to family in Ireland (Jan. 18, Kaleisia Tea Lounge, 7-9 p.m.). On Jan. 25, relive Mitzi Gordon returning to L.A., Christian Higgins teaching English in France and Gina Moccio studying abroad in England (Cafe Hey, 7-9 p.m.) The Bluebird Books Bus will be in attendance during the first and last Travelogues (Jan. 4th and Jan. 25th) with travel-related literature and zines as well as writing from local artists. —Mina Abgoon and Julie Garisto


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