Drowning on Sullivan Street - Ed Gavagan

“When they find out you don't have insurance they give you a bottle of Percocet and a cane.”

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Drowning on Sullivan Street

by Ed Gavagan

A furniture designer finds reason to stay in New York City after a chance encounter in the West Village.

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Ed boxing in 1985. As he writes, it’s “a version of the punch that would later save my life”.