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John Leavitt is a writer and artist. He lives in New York City.
For the first time in weeks, Gedney felt in complete control of his image. He let out another twenty yards, and then tied off.
Fabrications. Rag sheet revisionist history. All of it. We did our best by Our Girl.
“And then I came in and switched places,” says Blake, “and she thought I was Chris for quite some time and—”
“Which. . .
Bill de Blasio’s failures on affordable housing are a parable and a warning.
Everyone is obsessed with San Francisco right now. It has become a symbol, a cliché, a fable about money and technology.
When the military is brought to the ball field season after season, the subtext is the eternal war, and its justification.