Beethoven Symphony n. 7| Karajan | Berliner Philharmoniker
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Graffiti rearing its ugly head again in NYC
Graffiti, a “broken windows” indicator about the quality of life in any city, is starting a slow, ugly creep around the Big Apple — with new tags appearing nightly.
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Tagged Big Apple, Broken windows theory, Brooklyn, Graffiti, New York City, New York City Police Department, Street art, street artist