Exile for the Bridge-and-Tunnel Crowd

Cars cross the Brooklyn Bridge as the sun sets past lower Manhattan in 2016. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)
I miss the New York that I knew.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I ’ve always resented and hated New York City, so I’m surprised to find myself saying I miss it. It dawned on me this week, when I got an invitation to an event being held by an institution that is just a few doors down from National Review’s offices. It will be a digital event. So, like the morning meetings I have with my NR colleagues, or my “get togethers” with friends overseas, I must “go” to it by going to my home computer. Many New York corporate offices don’t intend to open again until the spring, given the fears of

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