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Monologist Mike Daisey hosts a live Moth performance called OMG: Stories of the Sacred, at The New York Public Library. Andrew Solomon goes to Afghanistan in search of the artistic community and finds a reemerging, creative underground. Comedian Judy Gold talks about how Judaism helped her through some of her darkest hours. And The Reverend Al Sharpton finds forgiveness in his heart for the man who almost killed him. This program is hosted by Jay Allison and Mike Daisey.

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