Monday July 6th, 2020 3:26PM

LISTEN: Who ate the first oyster?

By Mornings on Maine Street

Cody Cassidy went in search of the answer and to learn who was behind many other firsts. WDUN's Bill Maine invited him to Mornings on Maine Street to talk about his book "Who Ate the First Oyster." 

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