Hewlett resident to tell her story at My Father’s Place on Dec. 15


Tracey Segarra, of Hewlett, will be one of six storytellers who will recall stories about sex, drugs and rock’n’ roll — Pat Benatar, Bob Marley and Bruce Springsteen are the primary subjects — at the new My Father’s Place in the Roslyn Hotel on Saturday, Dec. 15. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the storytelling gets under way at 8 p.m.

Segarra is an award-winning Moth Radio Hour storyteller who hosts the live storytelling show “Now You’re Talking” across Long Island. Micheal “Eppy” Epstein, the legendary owner of the iconic My Father’s Place, is also expected to recall a untold tale about Linda Ronstadt, a snowstorm and a power outage that led to a hit song.

Tickets are $25 and there is a $25 minimum for a food and drink per person. Go to, https://myfathersplace.showare.com. My Father’s Place is at 121 Old Northern Blvd. in Roslyn.