New York's sewers include some 6,600 miles of mains and pipes—and very possibly alligators, but they have not, until now, also boasted a small living room peopled by grimy figures decked out in decrepit Victoriana. Apparently it wasn't always like this, one sister fondly recalls to the other: "Remember when there was more? Remember the goddamn birds? They were fun, remember. . . . And soap. That used to be important." Alas, birds and soap aren't the only... More >>>