Friday, February 28, 2014

Rector Street and Trinity Place

“To be a New Yorker meant you gave everybody five feet. You gave everybody their privacy. I recall how, in a big city, many people had to play out their private moments in public: a woman sobbing at a pay phone (remember pay phones?), someone studying their paperwork, undisturbed, at the Oyster Bar, before catching the train.” —Alec Baldwin in New York Magazine, lamenting what life in the city (for a celebrity) has become

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