Among the unexpected turns of events that occur on a regular basis, perhaps none was so unexpected as the renaissance of America's major urban centers. Yet it's happening. Those of us who move about New York City (the home of SN) on a daily basis can't help noticing that in the last couple of years crime rates have gone into steep decline, sidewalks are cleaner and graffiti have all but vanished from buildings and subways (although subway graffiti have been replaced by the ubiquitous ...
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