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What anarchy looks like in New York City

It’s alarming what’s happening in my immediate neighborhood. Indeed, I’m afraid to go out; I might be sucked into a particularly radical group, even as I scream, “No! No! I can’t! My cholesterol level is under threat!!!” Pastrami Queen has … Continue reading

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Notes from a reawakening city

I’m still on the prowl for big boxes of tissue, so went out to find them. I found even more. My lovely framing place, a small storefront, has re-opened. I’m so glad. And a nearby veterinarian has opened again, with … Continue reading

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Notes from a plague town: there is noise

Yes. Yesterday morning I awoke to something I could not immediately identify. (I’m slow in the morning.) Yet something was different. It was noise. Outside in the street, noise. Given its continuity, I determined it was construction noise. Construction. I … Continue reading

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