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New York’s not dead, but pandemic has laid bare deep-seated problems – The Guardian

Jerry Seinfeld got into a spat with a fellow millionaire but racial and class inequalities give debate about the city’s health a very different look



Shabazz Stuart was one year old when the TV sitcom Seinfeld first went on air, and seven when the much-loved show about nothing broadcast its final episode. Hes only ever known it as one of those late-night repeats that are fun to watch when youre at a loose end.
But this week there was no avoiding Seinfeld, or at least its creator and lead actor Jerry Seinfeld who roared back into the public eye with an opinion piece headlined So You Think New York Is Dead. The comedian was responding to a pro…

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