Seinfeld lives! (Well, sort of)

Buchanan, Leigh
August 1998
Inc.;Aug98, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p28
Looks at how television actor Jerry Seinfeld has affected businesses in New York's Upper West Side, which are often portrayed in his hit television program `Seinfeld.' Comments from business owner Roslyn Breitstein; Names of some eating establishments that are portrayed in the television program; Why the `Seinfeld' show has been criticized by these business owners.


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