Vogue – I  had not wanted to leave the city. I stayed after 9/11 and after 2008, and staying had become a point of arbitrary pride. But soon after the market crashed, I lost the job I had that tethered me to a podcast studio in downtown Brooklyn. I found myself short on income, an inessential worker. My kids asked to be somewhere they could walk around without a mask. It seemed like a reasonable request…

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