Chicago is making headlines right now in two cutting edge, money-related ways at once.
“Millionaires saved only 14% a year on average.”
Madison won’t tell you how many hundreds of people touched my hair in the twenty-three years I lived there without asking first and called it “neat.”
Living in Hartford, I still see art and music, and I get to live in a city, and my rent is about one third of what I would pay for an equivalent apartment in Brooklyn.
In Hartford, when poor people claw their way into the middle class, the first thing they do is leave.