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“Where You From? Manhattan, Right?” Although he waited to ask us as we were paying the bill on the way out, the friendly pizza maker nailed us from the moment we had walked in. It wasn’t that we had a … Continue reading
“Granada, tranquil and refined, girded by her sierras, riding eternally at anchor, sets her own horizons, takes pleasure in her small jewels, and offers her bland diminutive: a diminutive without rhythm, almost without grace and charm when one compares it … Continue reading
Here at across106thstreet we absolutely love maps. We go crazy for them. In fact, we’ll just be blunt–we are total cartographic nerds. While some parents work hard all their life so their kids can proudly become doctors, lawyers, or professors, … Continue reading