Photo by myself around 23rd Street and Park Avenue.
Kiosks and newsstands only need to be deep enough to fit one person. This one sells magazines, gum, cigarettes, lottery tickets and drinks.
You can tell that people feel generally safe in the city - supplies were unattended to the side, waiting to be stocked.
Plastic covered piles of newspapers in the front because it just rained.
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