"Clueless in Costco"
by Timothy Egan
Costco is a brilliant concept, but it's not news. It's been around for, oh... a quarter century or so. Some of the gushing posts on New York-based Web sites after Costco opened on East 117th Street have all the breathless urgency of a tourist who has discovered bagels in boulder. (Click the title to read more).
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Timothy Egan worked for The New York Times for 18 years--as Pacific Northwest correspondent and a national enterprise reporter. He is the author of several books and part of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize-winning team that wrote the series "How Race Is Lived in America"