Radosh, Daniel
January 2007
New Yorker;1/29/2007, Vol. 82 Issue 47, p35
The article reports on the design of a New York City playground that contained a sandbox. The piece notes that this was unusual as by 2007 sandboxes had fallen out of favor in playground design over concerns of cleanliness. City efforts to keep sandboxes clean are described. The refuse found in sandbox on Bleecker Street is analysed.


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