“Nothing Crushes Us,” a poster on University Place in Greenwich Village, a sign of New York City unity. Outdoor dining was just beginning to get a foothold, and a year later, it proved right. We aren’t out of it yet, but we’ve stuck together, no matter what divisions the mass media sells, day after day.
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