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"It was all so very businesslike that one watched it fascinated. It was pork-making by machinery, pork-making by applied mathematics."*...

In the mid-to-late 1800s, the meat industry — from the cowboys and cattle drives to the Chicago slaughterhouses to the refrigerated railcars delivering steaks to New York’s finest restaurants — was the largest industry in America.

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HOW SLAUGHTERHOUSE WORKERS ARE IMPACTED BY THEIR JOB

In a world full of commercialism and consumerism it isn’t often that we think about where products come from or the behind the scenes of their formation. 1,462 more words

Meat Packing

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There probably are as many types of bars in New York as there are New Yorkers. With scores of bars opening every day, it’s a challenge to winnow down a short list of the essential ones. 771 more words

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I’ll be posting a weekly list of five things according to a theme of my choosing. I’ll try to write a short bit about each item. 434 more words

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The New Whitney Museum

Every once in a while, nature gives us a nearly perfect day. Last Wednesday the temperature fluctuated between 70 and 80 degrees, the humidity was low, the sun shone and the bus that I took to New York City arrived unscathed and on time. 354 more words