by Graham Russell Hodges
July 8, 2007 It's loud, pushy and always seeking tips, and it's as synonymous with New York City as Broadway and Times Square. The New York City yellow cab keeps the Big Apple's lifeblood flowing. Former cabdriver Graham Russell Gao Hodges traces its tumultuous history in his new book.
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