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“ It was when Woody Allen brushed past me, looked at me and said ‘Thanks for coming’ that I realised how cool New York really is.
He had just played a set with his Dixieland jazz band at the Cafe Carlyle on the Upper East Side and, clarinet in hand, he was making his way to the exit at the back of the room.
I was going to tell him that he didn’t have to thank me, that it was my privilege, but by the time I’d thought it he had gone.
The point is that in New York, celebrities like Woody … Full Story