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Friday Question of the Day

Penn Quarter Living already wrote a post on this (and have a better picture than me) but I still think it needs more discussion. So without further ado, is Chinatown too bright? Have you been to Chinatown at night lately, it is like walking around in a football stadium it is so bright. Obviously it feels very safe this way, but is it too much? It is frankly a bit jarring. How do you feel about the 1000 wattage going on in Chinatown?

Ed note: I still call this area Chinatown and will always call it Chinatown, next they’ll want me to call Hell’s Kitchen – Clinton and I’ll never do that.

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