Columbus Circle

To sketch in a public space is divine.

And if you are looking for a quick sci-fi read, try "Childhood's End" by Arthur C. Clarke. Sci-fi from the 1950s is always fun because sometimes the writers totally miss the concept of the computer and all their spaceships are piloted by vast vacuum tube robots, haha, which gives the story a nice retro-future feel. I like how Clarke touches on concepts of alien-contact, utopia, and racial memories. :-D

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