Monday, June 5, 2017

New York Veins

Fifth Avenue (Wikimedia Commons)

"Everyone everywhere had already told me that it wasn't really New York anymore, that nothing was as good as it used to be and that it wouldn't ever be again. That all the magnetism and perfect ugliness had been sucked then squeezed out through over-tapped, collapsed veins, which were, in a slow panic, injected instead with money and inhumanity."
Selin Thomas, The Village Voice

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