“Summer Streets” in New York offers an accommodating and friendly atmosphere for exercise and recreation. It also gives New Yorkers another venue upon which to knee-cap slower moving pedestrians, practice profanities and further employ an already perfected general anti-social persuasion. For me, I get the opportunity to go all those places along Park Avenue between Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge that would leave me bedridden and breathing through a tube on any normal Manhattan day. Of course there’s still plenty of speeding objects to dodge, albeit much less lethal. The curved tunnel through Grand Central Terminal is just one of those unique environments that is almost never appreciated on foot.