Walking Tour of the Bowery on Saturday!

What do. . .
 Native Americans George Washington John Jacob Astor
Federal-style architecture tap dance minstrelsy the term
Jim Crow Stephen Foster
gangs of New York streetcars Kleindeutschland Peter Cooper vaudeville the vaudeville hook Yiddish theater
Stephen Crane
American slang Stanford White Irving Berlin Eddie Cantor Mae West
Abstract Expressionism Mark Rothko Weegee
Beat literature William S. Burroughs Amiri Baraka

punk rock the Ramones Patti Smith

 

. . .all have in common?

Find out on the. . . Walking Tour of the Bowery

 w/Architectural Historian Kerri Culhane

March 3, 2012 @ 1:30pm

 Meet at Cooper Union Foundation Building

 (at 7th Street)

Free!

 Originally an Indian foot trail, Bowery is NYC’s oldest thoroughfare.
It was recently named to NY State Register of Historic Places.
Sponsors: Bowery Alliance of Neighbors & Two Bridges Neighborhood Council

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Cute little gem!

We stayed at the Terrace with family for a night and found it very convenient.
It has a bunch of restaurants and brunch places nearby within walking distance.
The place itself is very comfortable, clean and perfect in size for a party of 3. Everything that you would need is taken care of including the little USB chargers by your bedside!
The owner was very accommodating in letting us keep our bags early in the afternoon on the day of our checkin so we didnt have to lug them in as we came back late in the night.
Thank you very much for the perfect stay in the city!
Would definitely recommend!

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