Anyway, I found the right street and discovered that the bookstore was closed, due to a power outage. but the event was going to happen anyway, at a bakery next door. It was an intimate setting, with about a dozen in the audience. I told first and did "Berel the Baker," "Border Crossings" and "The Neglected Princess," all of which went over well.
Bob Rovinsky was the other featured teller and he told a brief immigrant story, a Kurdish Jewish story, and did a little dance that had to with the 7 ages of man. I think he told one more piece, but I am blanking on it.
Nobody got up for the open mike piece, though Bill Mayhew told a joke and Ellouise told about the venue issue. Overall it was fun and I even managed not to get lost on the way home. It's a pity that it's so far from home (by D.C. area drive time, not mileage) so I can't get over there all that often.