‘Dinner at Grandma’s’ By Eric Mondschein

This is a story about family, coming of age, and the unique politics of family in the 1950’s. At least once a month on a Sunday, as we were growing up, mom and dad would pack us all into the car and we would drive from our home in Rockland County, New York to our grandma’s home in Brooklyn. and so the story begins…

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