Review: Stories in 180

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Stories in 180 is a digital series by Ottawa Storytellers.  Now in its second season, the series features 3-minute episodes, each one a story from a local storyteller.  The length is perfect if you are looking for a quick chuckle or an amusing tale to check out on a short break or on your commute.  The stories cover a variety of situations and tales from charming anecdotes to interesting life experiences.

Here’s one example from Uchechi Ogbonna, a contributor to this blog.  She recalls a story her father shared with her that explains why chicken is a popular food all over the world.

Catch up on the series 1 and 2 on the Ottawa Storytellers website.

Jith Paul

Web Designer, Editor, Film Reviewer

Jith Paul is an independent filmmaker based in Ottawa. While pursuing a career as a software engineer, he decided to take a detour to follow his passion for film and filmmaking, establishing Treepot Media in 2010.

He is a co-founder of the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival, and editor of the film613 blog.

When he is not busy fighting crime, he coordinates the efforts of an international team of software developers and service providers as the Team Lead for Digital Development at CPAC, the Cable Public Affairs Channel.