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Share Your Love with Strangers in Little Raleigh Radio's "Listen to Love" Storytelling Project

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Maybe you feel like shouting your love from the rooftops, or maybe you’re lamenting having no one to whisper sweet nothings to as Valentine’s Day looms.

From now until the big day, you can at least whisper them to a pop-up recording booth at Raleigh restaurant Centro so your friends and family (and utter strangers) can listen to them via online radio. Doesn’t that sound like fun?

In its second annual "Listen to Love" storytelling project, Little Raleigh Radio—a nonprofit, community-run online station that offers music, talk programs, and a platform for Raleigh radio producers—is collecting “love stories, romantic or otherwise” to be edited into a one-hour broadcast at 3 and 5 p.m. on February 14.

The recording booth has been at Centro (106 South Wilmington Street) since February 1 and is available during regular business hours. You can also record your story by yourself and submit it to listen@littleraleighradio.org.

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