An abandoned building in Alphabet City, June 1986. (photo: Q. Sakamaki/NYT)

"Before long he gravitated toward Tompkins Square, the neighborhood’s  central gathering spot, where he found a lively mix of people. There  were law students, punks, poets and older, lifelong residents who could  remember the days of the New Deal.”

East Village, Before the Gentry

An abandoned building in Alphabet City, June 1986. (photo: Q. Sakamaki/NYT)

"Before long he gravitated toward Tompkins Square, the neighborhood’s central gathering spot, where he found a lively mix of people. There were law students, punks, poets and older, lifelong residents who could remember the days of the New Deal.”

East Village, Before the Gentry

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