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EP154: A Family Lived in the New York Public Library?, Drinking Done New Orleans' Style and Overcoming the Loss of Both My Arms at 10

EP154: A Family Lived in the New York Public Library?, Drinking Done New Orleans' Style and Overcoming the Loss of Both My Arms at 10

Update: 2021-12-29
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On this episode of Our American Stories, Kristin O’Donnell Tubb tells the story of the family that lived in the New York Public Library; Liz Williams, founder of the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, tells the story of whisky, bourbon, absinthe, and pink elephants... done Cajun style; When she was 10-years-old, Madysen Acey’s normal life took an unexpected turn. But, she wouldn't trade any of it for the person she's become.

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Time Codes:

00:00 - A Family Lived in the New York Public Library?

10:00 - Drinking Done New Orleans' Style

23:00 - Overcoming the Loss of Both My Arms at 10

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EP154: A Family Lived in the New York Public Library?, Drinking Done New Orleans' Style and Overcoming the Loss of Both My Arms at 10

EP154: A Family Lived in the New York Public Library?, Drinking Done New Orleans' Style and Overcoming the Loss of Both My Arms at 10

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