Ghostbusters and Barbershops: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing

Ghosts From Our Past: Both Literally and Figuratively Elif Batuman | The New Yorker“If the original Ghostbusters was about the thrill of the free market, the new one is about its consequences—about the people it disenfranchises, and the possibility that they will try to take violent retribution. To get anything, in the new New York, you have to take it from someone else.”

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