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The Scene Downtown: Empty Streets and Grocery Store Lines

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Over the course of the last 24 hours, people have started talking about two Manhattans: the one uptown, where high-end stores are back in business and the lights are still on, and the one downtown, which is still a zone of darkness and mystery. It's surprisingly hard to even find photos from below 14th Street, but we've collected what we've got into the slideshow above. Basic takeaway: Soho's empty, the South Street Seaport is a mess, and wherever grocery stores are handing out food, there's bound to be a line.
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