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November 17, 2008 at 1:15 PM

Everyone’s a critic — and this kid’s out to prove it

Read this terrific story about David Fishman, a 12-year-old New Yorker who’s got the chops for restaurant criticism. And before you say, “only in New York” recognize that I, too, have been dining out alone — since the ripe old age of seven. And look what happened to me! O.K., so my (then) 6-year-old sister was with me, but, like Fishman, we dined out without parental supervision at a young age — and lived to tell the tale. Literally.

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