My New York vignette sneaked its way into The New York Times (excerpted below):
Like Bill de Blasio’s New York, West Fourth is a tale of two platforms. And although the teeming masses on each level probably earn similar incomes on average, a yawning gap separates the have-trains from the have-not-trains.
Above lie the A, C and E; below, the B, D, F and M. Separating the two is a cavernous expanse in which the stairways to the levels on either side stretch outward toward the invisible way home.
- January 1, 2014 @ 17:48:14 [Current Revision] by Jay Pinho
- January 1, 2014 @ 17:48:14 by Jay Pinho