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Oh, Pester, Who Art Thou? Ever since Katie Laur opened her first letter from the pseudonymous Pester Flatt, WNKU listeners have hungered for news about our Man from Tepid Springs. In this exclusive interview, the beleaguered bluegrass musician talks about his early years with the Cynical Mountain Boys; his penchant for serial monogamy; and his holiday role in Away in Some Manger. He's playing a Wise Guy, same as always. By Katie LaurPoster Child A year ago, Guatemala-born Reading teenager Bernard Pastor was on the verge of deportation. Then, virtually overnight, he became the face of The Dream Act. Now a student at XU, his future in the U.S. remains uncertain. But as he sees it, this is still his country. By Jacob Baynham
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