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Going Underground

The grand whir of Grand Central Station


Grand Central Station is for much of the day and night a place of contast motion, myriad motions, bodies and trains heading along countless trajectories. Up close it can feel like being at the center of a hurricane. From a distance, it can be a delirious blur. In the microphone of Sepulchra, aka Michael Raphael of Brooklyn, it is a rich white noise punctuated by footsteps and a monotone public address announcer.

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By Marc Weidenbaum

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