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Ed Gavagan: Drowning on Sullivan Street

.: Please take 16 minutes out of your day and listen to this amazing podcast by Ed Gavagan. Ed lives and works in NYC.¬† I met Ed for the first time a few years ago one on of my trips to NYC, after he met and started dating a friend of mine. He’s an amazing guy, friendly and immediately likeable, and I always look forward to seeing both of them when I am in NYC.

This podcast was posted on 25 August 2008; I don’t know when and where Ed recorded it, but it is part of The Moth Podcast¬†series; its website notes that “The Moth features people telling true, engaging, funny, touching and eye-opening stories from their lives.”. Listen as Ed tells the tale of what happened to him one day while he was walking on Sullivan Street – it is a remarkable story, made even more so by the way Ed tells the story of the day his life changed forever.

Ed’s story is available on this page on the Moth site.

8 Responses to “Ed Gavagan: Drowning on Sullivan Street”

  1. Jim Says:

    This is an amazing story by a great storyteller. Listened to it three times and it choked me up each time…I’d like to buy this guy a beer. Guinness!

  2. Diane Says:

    That was simply amazing. I’m definitely going to pass it along to as many people as I can.

  3. Brad Says:

    Frakin’ terrific story. If the title wasn’t already taken, I’d call this the Fairytale of New York.

  4. Mary Says:

    I never laughed and cried so much in 16 minutes. Incredible story told amazingly well.

  5. Julianne Says:

    This is my uncle Eddie, he is an amazing person and this is his amazing story and we are so lucky he made it!!

  6. Marshall Says:

    Once every few years you come across a story that changes you. Listening to this was nothing short of a gift.

  7. Amanda Says:

    Touching and funny at the same time! What a great story and I’m glad that he lived to tell it.

  8. Dharam Singh Says:

    If you are not able to hear this story but would really like to, go to ….

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