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Soapbox

The New York Times

To subway riders in the Prince Street Station, the hooded guitarist playing for spare change is just another miscellaneous character in their travels. For me, he is the ghost of summers past.

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Tragedy of Triangle

Midtown Resident

The scene on March 25, 1911, was more than Coroner Holtzhauser could bear. "Only one miserable little fire escape," he told The New York Times, which described him "sobbing like a child."

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Wheels of Fortune

New York Magazine

Not long ago, I had my fifth bicycle stolen. A week later, having neither the money to buy a new one nor any friends I hadn't relieved of their unused bikes, I resolved, with regret, to do what I had told myself I would never do: buy a hot bike.

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