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advertising copywriter living in a tiny rent-controlled studio in New York’s West Village, dealing with a pain-in-the-neck landlord who was always trying to raise the rent. With the little bit of money he’d saved, he decided it was time to look for a place to buy. He ended up falling in love with a double row

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The paper on which you printed the March/April issue is delightful. I don’t know if this is a change, but I found myself wanting to pet every page. The tactile experience of reading the magazine was a treat. And bonus points for whatever magic was in