On the Bowery
Posted May 9, 2014 at 10:00 am
Still combing through the recent trove of British Pathe newsreels uploaded to YouTube… Our latest adventure down the rabbit hole yielded vintage footage of the Bowery dating back to 1934. For perspective, that’s two decades before Lionel Rogisin’s On the Bowery. The clip is part of the overall “Pathe Review (American Travelogue)” package for tourists. […]
Posted November 9, 2010 at 6:28 am
Back in mid-September, Lionel Rogosin’s On the Bowery had a stellar revival run at the Film Forum on West Houston Street. In just two weeks, the film gathered a modest $41,802 in box office receipts. Well, we heard it through the Twitter-vine that, due to popular demand, the show will go on.
Last modified December 9, 2010 at 12:34 am
Beginning tomorrow, Whole Foods on the Bowery will host a new exhibition on the very thoroughfare it helped gentrify. It’s called “On the Bowery,” and runs through winter 2011. The event is co-sponsored by the Lower East Side History Project and the Bowery Alliance of Neighbors.
Posted October 1, 2010 at 6:20 am
When Lionel Rogosin’s On the Bowery premiered at Film Forum on September 17, the local press was jazzed. Here was a classic piece from 1957 that showed a thin slice of life on our beloved thoroughfare. And it delivered. Cash money.