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Get Tix to TueNight's 10th Anniversary Birthday Bash!
Join us Tuesday, November 21st at Caveat in NYC
Can you believe it? We’ve been at it for a whole decade?? Get ready to toast to 10 incredible years of Gen-X storytelling at our birthday bash. We've curated a killer lineup of storytellers, all sharing inspiring stories on the theme of “AMBITION.”
Expect a chill party atmosphere, complete with six captivating storytellers, quick 30-second tales from the audience, and who knows, maybe even some birthday cake? We’ll also be streaming live online so everyone can join in the party.
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Meet our host and storytellers
Our fabulous host for the evening is none other than Ophira Eisenberg, a standup comedian, writer, and the host of the comedy podcast Parenting Is A Joke with iHeart Radio and Pretty Good Friends.
Now, let's introduce you to our storytellers:
Abbe Aronson runs the Hudson Valley-based firm Abbe Does It and writes a “what's hot right now” column for The Mountains, a new Catskills/Upstate-centric magazine.
Carlene Bauer is the author of Not That Kind of Girl, Frances and Bernard, and most recently, the novel Girls They Write Songs About, which The New Yorker named one of the best books of 2022.
Julia Khvasechko is an accomplished marathoner and a 3X Finisher of the 50 States Marathon Club; she has also completed marathons in 10 countries on 5 continents, and Nov 5th will be her 300th-lifetime marathon.
Ebele Onyema is the director of digital content and partnerships at The One Love Foundation, educating youth about healthy relationships. She’s currently developing a docuseries about Gen Z and hookup culture.
Penny Wrenn An early contributor to TueNight, Penny’s work has been published in O, TheOprah Magazine, Glamour, and Forbes, and she previously worked as an editor at Essence, Esquire and Redbook.
Carla Zanoni is an award-winning journalist, writer and media strategist. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TED, The Common, Human Shift. In 2023, she published a bilingual poetry chapbook, Knowing, and is writing a memoir on self-worth.
Learn more about our fab storytellers, dig into the event details, and snag your tickets on our dedicated events page, below!