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“But there is beauty along this street of forgotten men…” -Weegee  Weegee, taken at the intersection of Bowery and Broome, facing downtown, NYC, 1945  Thank you, aperfectcommotion

“But there is beauty along this street of forgotten men…” -Weegee Weegee, taken at the intersection of Bowery and Broome, facing downtown, NYC, 1945 From aperfectcommotion and Thanks to.

The Bowery showing some tattooing place 1930's. New York City.---my fave place in my fave time period. (Sigh)

The Bowery showing some tattooing place New York City.---my fave place in my fave time period.

Amrita Singh Bowery Street Necklace Stunning multi-strand glass bead necklace.  Perfectly complements so many outfits, from a simple tank & jeans to a sundress or suit.  You'll get use out of this timeless piece during every season! Amrita Singh Jewelry Necklaces

Amrita Singh Bowery Street Necklace NWT

Amrita Singh Bowery Street Necklace Stunning multi-strand glass bead necklace. Perfectly complements so many outfits, from a simple tank & jeans to a sundress or suit. You'll get use out of this timeless piece during every season! Amrita Singh Jewelry Necklaces

Vandal, restaurant in NY.

Street Art Meets Street Food Inside New York's Vandal Restaurant

Doyers Street at the Bowery, circa 1915.ting Vintage Photographs of New York City in the 1910s

A collection of 30 fascinating vintage photos of New York City in the The subjects include street scenes, daily life, construction, a.

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The Bowery, New York City - 1970s New York City: The dangerous & gritty streets during a decade of decline

Photographer Leland Bobbe captured the gritty, sometimes desperate nature of the men and women who populated New York in the Pimps and prostitutes haunted Times Square.

Not that you need it, but you have our permission to skip the shops that line the main streets of Soho (Broadway and the streets to the west)—we guarantee you have the same stores in your mall back home, and navigating the neighborhood’s tourist-packed sidewalks is utter misery, seven days of the week. Instead, go east of Broadway—the boutiques are more interesting, and you’ll mingle with actual New Yorkers. Hit Marlow Goods on East 4th Street, just off of Bowery, for beautiful plant-dyed…

Not that you need it, but you have our permission to skip the shops that line the main streets of Soho (Broadway and the streets to the west)—we guarantee you have the same stores in your mall back home, and navigating the neighborhood’s tourist-packed sidewalks is utter misery, seven days of the week. Instead, go east of Broadway—the boutiques are more interesting, and you’ll mingle with actual New Yorkers. Hit Marlow Goods on East 4th Street, just off of Bowery, for beautiful plant-dyed…

Cool street art by Logan Hicks at the Bowery Graffiti Wall in SoHo

Graffiti artist Logan Hicks is back at the Bowery Graffiti Wall in SoHo. The artist is diving headlong into recreating his mural, “Story of My Life.

Busy streets: Men and women stroll a row of jewelry shops on the Lower East Side

Never-before-seen photos from 100 years ago tell vivid story of gritty New York City

Busy streets: Men and women stroll a row of jewelry shops on the Lower East Side (right) and stand in line for bread during the Great Depression (left)

The Bowery Boys: New York City History: Henry Street Settlement: From the doors of old townhouses springs the compassionate heart of the Lower East Side

"SETTLEMENT HOUSE: New York's Henry Street Settlement. From the doors of old townhouses springs the compassionate heart of the Lower East Side. Settlement houses were community centers and welfare agencies.

Alexa Chung Photos - Alexa Chung Spotted at Chiltern Firehouse - Zimbio

Alexa Chung Photos Photos: Alexa Chung Leaves the Bowery Hotel

Alexa Chung Photos - Alexa Chung Spotted at Chiltern Firehouse - Zimbio - classic look - casual style

The Wall Street Crash of 1929: The sobering end of New York's Jazz Age - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

The Wall Street Crash of 1929: The sobering end of New York's Jazz Age - The Bowery Boys: New York City History