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Un-Cabaret Stories: Take Two Angels and Call Me in the Morning | [Un-Cabaret, Beth Lapides]

Un-Cabaret Stories: Take Two Angels and Call Me in the Morning

Beth meets an Angel Healer at a New Age convention in Vegas and has a miraculous healing. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas - but in this case, what happened to Beth might not actually have happened.
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Beth meets an Angel Healer at a New Age convention in Vegas and has a miraculous healing. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas - but in this case, what happened to Beth might not have actually happened.

BETH LAPIDES executive produced and hosted Un-Cabaret for Comedy Central. She hosts and curates the Un-Cabaret, Say the Word, and the Other Network. She is a commentator for NPR's All Things Considered and The Huffington Post, and had her own daily talk show on Comedy World Radio. She has appeared on Sex and the City, Politically Incorrect, and Will & Grace. Her writing has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Utne Reader, The Realist, Premiere, jewcy.com, and freshyarn.com, and her first book, Did I Wake You? - Haikus for Modern Living was published in 2007.

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"An artistic genre all it's own! Very funny people telling unusually honest stories." (Ira Glass, This American Life)
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