What sort of city shall we be?
December 15, 2004
Meg's got the best quotes from a MUG essay on Pale Male, snooty uptown co-op owners, and the nature of being a New Yorker:
[Y]ou truly become a New Yorker when the city seems more to you than your workplace and a collection of shops and restaurants, when you start caring about the city itself, beyond your daily route, outside of your neighborhood, about the city we were and the city we might become. You know you're a New Yorker when you know what kind of city we are...