Exploring the Marvelous Manhattan of ‘Mrs. Maisel’

It’s 1960, JFK is running for president, the Village Voice offices are on Sheridan Square, and Abe Weissman is following his bliss. Courtesy of Prime Video

In Greenwich Village, Manhattan’s near-perfect grid relaxes into slanted streets and crooked walkways. The buildings in this part of town are shorter, void of skyscrapers, offering visitors a feeling of expansiveness. When Abe Weissman, protagonist Midge Maisel’s father on the popular TV series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, exclaimed in the Season 3 finale that he had just gotten a job at the Village Voice, one couldn’t help but think, “How fitting.” As someone longing

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