What we sentimentalize in New York City is our lack of sentiment. We're sweet on our own ruthlessness, and the proof is in what we tear down. Stores. Restaurants. Churches. Every landmark is negotiable, every bit of history for sale, every institution movable or removable for a price. Nothing here is forever. Not even Derek Jeter.
At the very moment the Yankees won the American League East Wednesday night, when the score of the Orioles' loss was posted as a final and the ...
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