I ponder why Sarabeth chose to change her story with a restaurant in The Whitney. Does she really make enough money with the rude staff, mandatory tip and limited (and marginal) menu to make the compromise worth it?
I feel the difference between Toys ‘R Us in Times Square and FAO Schwartz a few blocks away on 5th Avenue. Does the crass commercialism of Toys ‘R Us really work for them or do they just benefit from a great location and “wow” ferris wheel? Just what is it that makes FAO Schwartz so different when they sell a lot of the same toys?
I move from being annoyed that the electronic signs at the train station only show me the useless information of the calendar date. Is this a conscious choice by the MTA or an oversight? Is it helping or hurting their story? Or do they just think they don’t need one?