by Katharine Greider
Hardcover, 329 pages, Perseus Books Group, List Price: $26.99 | purchase
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Narrates how an investigation into the safety of a house on the lower East Side in New York City turns into an exploration of the history of the dwelling and the land beneath it, as well as a philosophical meditation on the meaning of a home.
March 22, 2011 Sarah Vowell takes on the American occupation of Hawaii, author Katharine Greider dives into New York history through the lens of her crumbling Manhattan row house, and Lisa Abend follows the apprentices toiling away in the molecular gastronomy labs of Ferran Adria's elBulli.
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