Eyes on the Street: Seen Better Days

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East 146th Street and St. Ann’s Avenue, May 28, 2007.

  • pedestrian

    Urban menace to urban sculpture.

  • Pat

    Seen better days? Do you mean the car down for the ten count, or the kickboxer dude doing his victory strut?

  • Anyone got a “One Less Car” sticker?

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