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Is night time the right time?

The age old question: Do I walk home from the metro or take a cab? Now, as I’ve mentioned previously I am a cityboy from New York and as such was raised in a way, well, actually to be paranoid. Now I come home from the metro especially when it has gotten dark and I wonder to myself – Am I going to get mugged today? I know this is crazy but I guess I read the metro section of the Post too frequently. Well, I see young ladies walking home alone and I wonder to myself are they crazy? Do they know something I don’t know? So the question is: What is the cut off time for walking home from the metro? 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm, later? What are your thoughts.

Also, for those runners out there: how comfortable do you feel jogging around the neighborhood? Do you always run with a partner?

Stay tuned for Ward 4 Candidate interviews which should begin posting next week.

And most importantly have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

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