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Whiskey & Immigrants is our new podcast which introduces listeners to regular, everyday people who have immigrated to the U.S. from elsewhere.

We’ll learn about their country of origin, how and why they came to here, find out how their expectations of the U.S. square with the reality they’ve encountered, politics, food, history and and so much more.

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Episodes now available:

  • S01E01 – Mexico – Santiago Sanchez
  • S01E02 – Slovenia – Gregor Strakl

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Whiskey & Immigrants is our new podcast which introduces listeners to regular, everyday immigrants. We hear their stories, how and why they came to America, their expectations vs. reality and much more. We hope you’ll join us.

Subscribe now on iTunes

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Letter: Mother’s Day Memories

To the Editor

Re “The Mother’s Day Trap,” by Margaret Renkl (Op-Ed, May 8):

I can still remember that first store-bought Mother’s Day gift my daughter gave me when she was in sixth grade. She and her friend Hannah each bought a small baby’s tears plant. My heart swelled.

When I came out of the closet in 1978, I never imagined that I would get to be a mother. Eight years later, Maryann and I became mothers, and we have felt amazingly lucky for 32 years.

This Mother’s Day we will be celebrating with our daughter and her husband and their 10-month-old daughter, Lily.

What a joy it has been to watch our daughter be a mother.

BETH ROSEN, BRONX

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