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A Look At 1980s NYC Through The Lens Of A Teenager

Through the magical and bittersweet filter of nostalgia, it's possible to look back at photos of 1980s New York City—a decade that followed one of the toughest in the city's history—and think: ah, the good ol' days. Recent transplants will say it, speaking some pseudo-knowledge and pointing to the dearth of combination Chase Bank-Duane Reades on the streets back then. But those who lived it know exactly what they miss.
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