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Storytellers in open mic format inspire laughter or deep thought

Chris Tomaso of Albany recounts a peacock tale during The Front Parlor gathering.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Chris Tomaso of Albany recounts a peacock tale during The Front Parlor gathering.
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Abby Lublin plucks a name out of a coffee can and summons him to the small, makeshift stage at the front of the bar where a rapt audience waits to see what he has to say. The man, Albany resident Chris Tomaso, isn’t a comedian or a musician. But he is, in his own way, an entertainer. He leans into the microphone, and begins to spin a tale about his cousins and the trip they ...


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