'New York Works': Grinding Out a Living In the latest of a series of reports on New Yorkers keeping alive the legacy of jobs from a bygone era, Radio Diaries and All Things Considered profile Pasquale Spensieri, one of the last grinders still going door-to-door sharpening knives and scissors.
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'New York Works': Grinding Out a Living

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'New York Works': Grinding Out a Living

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In the latest of a series of reports on New Yorkers keeping alive the legacy of jobs from a bygone era, Radio Diaries and All Things Considered profile Pasquale Spensieri, one of the last grinders still going door-to-door sharpening knives and scissors.

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