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Ephemeral New York
I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
I work in midtown Manhattan.
42nd & Lexington Ave., to be exact, right across from Grand Central Station.
As the crow flies, that's just 6 miles. But on the tracks, it can be three trains,
11 stops, and 45 minutes each way.
This is what I see every day commuting to and from work.
Flaming Pablum: Vanishing Downtown
Forest Hills 72
Found in Brooklyn
Friends of the Harlem Cultural Archives
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Greater New York
The term "Greater New Yorkâ€� appeared in late nineteenth-century debates over the expansion of New York City into todayâ€™s five-borough metropolis. A New York Times editorial of 1891, "Greater New-York," endorsed the enlargement and affirmed that "it is an abhorrent hypothesis that New-York should stop growing."
The same is true for dialogue about the city, the state, and the myriad issues that swirl around both.
In the struggles for a democratic way of life, and in the battles of memory...