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Brooklyn Cometh

2011_08_pops.jpgJeremiah Moss is concerned about the Brooklynization of Manhattan: "...the New Brooklyn, which exists because it was priced out of Manhattan 10 years ago, and which sort of (but not really) resembles the old Manhattan, is coming back to Manhattan, extruded through the New Brooklyn ringer, like artisanal sausage, a kind of monster-mash of flavors, so that it feels nothing quite like Manhattan ever did and only like parts of Brooklyn have come to be in recent years." [JVNY]

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