I pick up the phone and the voice is already speaking. He says that he was born in Antwerp, Belgium, that his mother's family, a clan of Orthodox Jews, is from Hungary and his father's side is from [the former] Czechoslovakia and Romania.
It's not every day a new phone booth crops up in New York. In fact, there are allegedly only 4 phone booths left in the entire city. But this summer in Times Square, amidst the silver Statue of Liberties, tourists from Tennessee and confetti-colored lights, you'll find a constellation of three phone booths, all recently installed by artist Aman Mojadidi.