A visit to a replica of the White House outside San Francisco, the home of Norman and Rosemary Eckersly. (8 minutes)
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Ira tells what happened this week to Shirley Everett-Dicko in Oakland on Sunday, to Gabe and Kevin in Brooklyn on Saturday, to Eric and Roz in Stevens Point, Wisconsin on Wednesday night at midnight, and (in the podcast version of the show) to Eugene Rand and Bill True, on Monday in South Portland, Maine.
David Rakoff tells the story of a contract between a son and his visiting mother.
One of the principles of treating alcoholism is that there's hope for everyone.
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