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The Auto Pub in the GM Building, NYC

The Auto Pub in the GM Building, NYC

This is one of the coolest houses ever decorated in Canarsie,Brooklyn <3

This is one of the coolest houses ever decorated in Canarsie,Brooklyn

New York City, c.1871, The original Grand Central Depot Railway Station in New York,  demolished to make way for the current Grand Central Station

New York City, The original Grand Central Depot Railway Station in New York, demolished to make way for the current Grand Central Station

Watch a sneak peek of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes!   Great!!

CHRISTMAS SHINES HERE! There is no better place to be this holiday than at the Radio City Christmas Spectacular®! It is a one-of-a-kind celebration for famil.

The Dakota

The Dakota, NYC - is this perhaps where John Lennon of Beatles fame lived and was shot?

Rare photos show long-gone scenes from nightclubs of the 1980s and 1990s, including the Limelight and Roxy.

Rare photos show long-gone scenes from nightclubs of the and including the Limelight and Roxy.

Greenwich Village, 1964

themaninthegreenshirt: “Greenwich Village, NYC 1964 - love this photograph ”

In front of Nell's Nightclub, the trendy club on West 14 Street, Jessica Rosenblum, who's in charge of the door, lets in members only and friends or interesting-looking people while rejecting others. (Feb. 2, 1988)

In front of Nell's Nightclub, the trendy club on West 14 Street, Jessica Rosenblum, who's in charge of the door, lets in members only and friends or interesting-looking people while rejecting others.

Go go girls dancing away at Danceteria by Robert Carrithers.

The Groovy dada lounge revisited is an exhibition of recently rediscovered photographs by Prague-based filmmaker and photographer Robert Carrithers documenting New York City’s early bohemian underground that centered around the legendary Club

Mama Leone's.

Mamma Leones Restaurant ~ New York City ~ The food is absolutely wonderful. My mom took me here several times!

This is a general view of people on the grounds of New York World's Fair and its symbol the Unisphere in background at Flushing Meadows in the Queens borough of New York, Sunday, April 27, 1964. (AP Photo)

1964 World's Fair

This is a general view of people on the grounds of the New York World's Fair and its symbol the Unisphere in the background at Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York, Sunday, April (AP Photo)

Brooklyn Academy of Music, 176 Montague Street, Excerpts from the Architectural Record, October 1908, on architect Leopold Eidiltz: “The Academy of Music in Brooklyn was its author’s most important secular work up to that time. Confined to a single street front, parallel with the axis of the interior, it was an attempt, then novel on this side of the ocean and not common on the other, to express a theatre in its exterior.”  From the postcard collection of Theatre Talks. #theatre #Brooklyn…

Original Brooklyn Academy of Music, Montague Street, (My maternal uncle played the classical violin, and wanted to be trained at Juilliard. Unfortunately, he became a bookkeeper instead.

Maxwell's Plum, NYC c. 1965 #60s #restaurants

I was saddened to find out Maxwell's Plum located on & in NYC, one of Warner Leroy's restaurants (He also owned Tavern.

The 11 Best Flea Markets In New York City

The 11 Best Flea Markets In New York City