|New Yorker Hotel|
"Becoming a New Yorker is a privilege not easily granted, but one that comes with years of diligence. One must be adept at Yiddish slang, Italian hand gestures, and Latin dance steps, suffer endless evenings of tedious off-Broadway plays, mind-numbing films with subtitles and decades of gut-wrenching knishes and spicy meatballs. But, the rewards are noble."
Clay Cole, Sh-Boom!