The New York Times recently explored the trend of grandparents relocating to New York City. For many, it starts as a temporary move to help out with the grandkids, but more and more retired folks are finding themselves enamored with city life. “Not for them the early-bird special when dinner awaits at the latest hot spot and Broadway shows abound,” says the Times. But can the city ever truly be a replacement for white-haired capitals like Boca Raton?
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