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‘Twas the night after Glöggfest, when all through the flat, not a creature was stirring, not even a rat.” Holidays in NYC are not milquetoast Middle America. They are citified, but not necessarily fancified. In New York, rats and Ratkings … Continue reading
Leave it to Brooklyn native Pete Hamill to nail why immigrants are now and have always been the bedrock of our country. The son of two Irish immigrants, this second generation American writer knows first hand what it’s like to … Continue reading