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Liz Alarc贸n: Hey Pulso fam, it’s Liz here. Since we recorded this episode about Maria and I sharing our mom and future mom plans for our kids. I actually became a mom. My daughter, Eva came into the world a little earlier than expected, and it’s been a…

Octavio Solis: Every time we remember something, we remember it less clearly. We’re a different person. You never cross into the same stream twice. So every time you go and revisit that memory, something else jumps out at you that you hadn’t seen before, and you don’t know…

Jayson Conyette-James: Long, dark hair covers its聽entire聽body. Captivating, glassy, almond-shaped eyes. The Ciguapa is agile and fast. It lurks in the night chirping and whining like a baby in distress. Its feet face backwards, making it hard to track, and even harder to anticipate. Legend has it that…

Liz Alarc贸n: Dear Mexican. Why is it that when you invite Mexicans to a party, they feel compelled to bring along 30 of their relatives. mean, bringing along two or three people would be no problem, but we don’t expect the number of people at our party to…

Ray Aguilera: I mean, I like people and I, or at least a few of them, but I also like to sit at my house and be by myself. Charlie Garcia: I like a few people and my dog.聽 Lisann Ramos: Even dogs for me, I’ve realizing more…

Liz Alarc贸n: Michael De La Torre grew up watching his grandmother make delicious flour tortillas in their family kitchen. Michael De La Torre: I was just like, this is, this is being Mexican. We go to my grandma’s house and she’s heating up tortillas that she made and…

Liz Alarc贸n: At Pulso, if our team has a few minutes to catch up before our staff calls, it’s only a matter of time before we start comparing our experiences growing up Catholic. Stories about skirt length in school or attending mass in Spanish, preparing for the sacraments…