Bowery Boogie Is Two Years Old Today!

Posted on: July 16th, 2010 at 11:20 am by

Bowery Boogie is two years old today! If you want to see how we “really” celebrated, head over to our Facebook page. It turns out that Boogie sounds very similar to a more juvenile word. Slightly NSFW by the way. Unless you work in a pastry shop.

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Seriously though, many thanks to all our readers and contributors for supporting Boogie. Watching our traffic climb higher each month has been beyond flattering. We’ve got some great things planned for year number three. Our goal this summer is to have some fun with our History Hunts. And very soon, we will announce another cool event in the works for this fall.

We shall now raise our cyber glasses and toast to another year of bringing you what we hope is the best coverage of the best neighborhood.


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