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Vanishing New York –

How a Great City Lost Its Soul

by Jeremiah Moss

Published by Tantor Audio

An unflinching portrait of gentrification in the 21st century, and a love letter to lost New York, by the creator of the popular and incendiary blog Vanishing New York
New York City has long been a destination for rebels and rule breakers, artists, writers, and other hopefuls longing to be part of its rich cultural exchange and unique social fabric. But today, modern gentrification is transforming the city from an exceptional, iconoclastic metropolis into a suburbanized luxury zone with a price tag only the top one percent can afford.
Blogger and cultural commentator Jeremiah Moss has emerged as one of the most outspoken and celebrated critics of this dramatic shift. He has spent the past decade observing and painstakingly documenting this sea change, and in Vanishing New York, he reports on the city’s development in the 21st century, a period of “hyper-gentrification” that has resulted in the shocking transformation of beloved neighborhoods and the loss of treasured unofficial landmarks.
Moss leads us on a colorful guided tour of the most changed parts of town – from the Lower East Side and Chelsea to Harlem and Williamsburg – lovingly eulogizing iconic institutions as they’re replaced with soulless upscale boutiques, luxury condo towers, and suburban chains.
©2017 Jeremiah Moss (P)2017 Tantor