Live from Boston - Sofija Stefanovic

“I first met Cindy on the internet via my spam folder.”

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Live from Boston

A special Live edition of The Moth  at Wilbur Theater in Boston, Massachusetts. Hosted by Tara Clancy with additional hosting from Jay Allison. An internet scam gets emotional; a couple decide to have their second child; a patient waits for an organ  transplant; and a young Pakistani man is forever-changed by rock and roll. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Sofija Stefanovic is a  journalist investigating internet scams who forms a special relationship with someone online.
Tara Clancy runs into some complications when she and her wife decide to have a second baby.
Paul Munafo needs a new liver when he receives a midnight call from the hospital.
Salman Ahmad came upon some serious roadblocks on the road to becoming a rock musician.


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13:21
The Scammer Who Loved Me (Not)

by Sofija Stefanovic

Sofija Stefanovic is a  journalist investigating internet scams who forms a special relationship with someone online.

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09:35
Living On The Edge

by Paul Munafo

Paul Munafo needs a new liver when he receives a midnight call from the hospital.

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08:08
Lesbian Babymaking 101

by Tara Clancy

Tara Clancy runs into some complications when she and her wife decide to have a second baby.

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12:34
Rock and Roll Jihad

by Salman Ahmad

Salman Ahmad came upon some serious roadblocks on the road to becoming a rock musician.

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Extras From This Episode

Paul Munafo Radio Extra 1

Paul Munafo on the night he told his story at The Moth.

Paul Munafo Radio Extra 3

Paul and his wife at the tree lighting Faniul Hall.

Salman Ahmad Radio Extra 2

Salman on stage in front of thousands in Kashmir for the first time.

Salman Ahmad Radio Extra 1

Salman on stage in front of thousands in Kashmir for the first time.