An Open Letter to Small Town Folk Who Come to the Big City

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So, I live in the inner suburbs of Washington, D.C. Every summer, pre-COVID, we would get an inrush of tourists. NYC gets them. London gets them. (By the way, post-COVID, if you want to come to D.C. to see the Mall and museums and don’t have kids in school? I strongly suggest September. Spring has the cherry blossom craziness and summer is ridiculously hot as well as crowded).

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