Commentary: The hard work of a downtown Christmas
Published 11/27/2010, West Central Tribune
NEW YORK CITY — A week ago in the big city, I’m bopping along Fifth Avenue with my brother, and the place is one huge construction site. But this evening’s industriousness differs from the usual after-hours midtown work. Guys aren’t pouring new cement, climbing out of sewer manholes or replacing air-conditioning systems. They’re not unloading truckloads of girders or elevator parts.Word count: 586
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