Harlem. Riverside Park, Upper


Riverside Park, Upper West Side.

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The NYT Magazine's music issue was quite good, but I'm still trying to make sense of William Safire's related column.

In categories like the chanted patter of hard-core rap, the fast-faded, grubby-dingy grunge, the anguished, rock-influenced introspection of post-grunge, the off-beat, Jamaican ska-punk and the British garage, violent sex is still a seller.