How Bette Midler’s Pet Peeve Made New York City A Better Place To Live

Carolyn Silveira

I guess we could look at this as an unlikely instance of job creation. But I think we should really look at this as a whimsical, ballet-like piece of public performance art meant to reflect the absurdities of contemporary life and the wastefulness of consumer culture. Either way, I have a phone call to make about a certain tree....

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