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“We unlock the doors and people show up,” he says, extending me a personal invitation as well. “And every dinner party I’m ever at, there’s always a moment that I have this out of body experience . . . I pause and I just feel like I float above the table and I feel community happening.”
James Factora is a Brooklyn-based writer whose work has appeared in them., VICE, Slate, and others. You can find them on Twitter @jamesfactora.
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