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"Storytelling, likely the oldest art, is revered and reinvigorated by this hour for everyday raconteurs," write the judges of the Peabody Award given to the The Moth Radio Hour. In this age of TV and online video, it's easy to forget the age old art and powerful form of storytelling as well as learning how to just listen. If you want to hear a powerful story full of humor, tragedy, and inspiration then listen to this audio story by a man named Ed Gavagan called "Drowning on Sullivan Street" about "a carpenter [who] finds reason to stay in New York City after a chance encounter (with death) in the West Village."


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  • The Moth is a non-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling.  Find out more about this unique forum for true life stories.
  • Strangers in New York City touched Ed Gavagan's life. Reach out to someone you don't know, with an act of kindness.  Here are lots of ideas.
  • Do you have a personal story to tell?  Gather some friends and have a story-telling session.

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