From Babyhood by Paul Reiser:
Every place I looked I saw a great place to be somebody's parent.
"I could walk into that 7-Eleven and buy my kid a soda … I could play ball in that park and teach my kid how to hit a jump shot … I could pass that statue and explain to my kid why Bolivia sent us a guy on a horse … " It all seemed nothing but good.
Any idea what statue he was referring to? (Or is it a fictional one?) I'd be keen to visit it, given the opportunity.
(Reiser is from New York, but I don't know where he was living when he wrote the book.)