Put down your iPhone, and retire your keyboard. Pick up a pen, ballpoint if you must, and take note of what we are about to share. In our day in age, cell phones replace boyfriends and last season’s boots are thrown out with an outdated copy of The Sunday Times. Are we losing the sentiment and openness of emotion so intertwined in the culture of the past? While Duane Reade battles Starbucks for most domineering real estate conglomerate, we are sneaking off to smell the pages of real books, dress in 1920s Edwardian lace, and toast to all that has not left us yet.
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