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New York City is so unique that it generates its own culture, its own attitude, and its own exclusiveness. These attributes bring with them tons of idiosyncrasies that need to be explored to truly understand what it is like to live, breathe, work, and play here. This book describes every aspect of being in Manhattan: ordering at a deli, the delights of shopping its famous stores, negotiating the subways and buses, walking across its streets, deciding to rent or buy an apartment, hiring nannies, and finding doctors. Rob Silverman discusses what times taxicabs change their shifts and how it affects your ability to get a cab on a rainy night, and debates the desirability of making eye contact in the subway system. New York, New York is an entertaining and invaluable source of information for New Yorkers and visitors alike.