There's a mugging. There are shootings. There are cops. There are robbers. There are druggies. There are EMTs. There are adulterers. There are hookers. There are thieves. There are good guys and their women. There are bad guys and their women. Also a pimp, a banker and a double-dealer. There are twenty trees. They are maple, cherry, honey locust and gingko. It is just an average day on East Eleventh Street between Second and Third Avenue, New York City. October 29, 1974. Just bear in mind...DON'T TRY IT ON ELEVENTH STREET!
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Published April 19, 2004
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