The fellowship of the fish chair
Sunday, 20 September 2020
When someone posted online a photo of an unusual find from a Baltimore second-hand store – a chair shaped like fish – little did Syracuse auto mechanic Emily DelFavero guess that her tattoo of a fish would somehow connect her to a piece of furniture, and to a retinue of strangers who bonded over a truly quixotic quest. Steve Hartman reports.
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