Graphic Dispatches from a New New Yorker
“Where’s the place to be in Indiana? You know, like the place to live?” A New Yorker asked Larry Buchanan that last week. And he didn’t know what to say. He was born in Philly, raised in the midwest, and just recently moved to Brooklyn where he’s constantly comparing the cornfields to the street corners. He has his driver’s license, which is a big deal in New York.
(SEE ALSO: Larry’s first column for the site, Graphic Dispatches from a Recent College Grad Still Living in a College Town)
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