If you like New York, pick up Harry Benson’s New York, New York. It tells the story of the city’s last fifty years through its flamboyant (and, frankly, a little demented) citizens, all captured by the indefatigable Benson, whose images, even at 70, continue to exude the fury of his Fleet Street beginnings.
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