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Talkin’ ’bout My Generation: Memories of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East

Last modified February 27, 2020 at 11:28 am

While working on our story about the new “Bill Graham and The Rock & Roll Revolution” exhibit at the New-York Historical Society, this reporter started collecting personal stories and memories of Graham’s legendary music venue, the Fillmore East. Located on Second Avenue and East 6th Street, the building began life in 1926 as The Commodore, […]

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Lunar Eclipse 2010

Posted December 21, 2010 at 6:21 am

With all the light pollution emanating from Gotham, city dwellers aren’t usually accustomed to stargazing.  But last night was an exception.  Shortly after 2 am, clusters of people huddled in the cold to check out the historic lunar apocalypse eclipse.  Alas, none of our pictures really came out well.  Everything is blurry – witness exhibit […]

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The Wall: No, Not Pink Floyd

Posted August 5, 2008 at 9:35 am

[The Wall] Guess what? There’s a new restaurant slated to open on Orchard Street. Big shocker! Dubbed The Wall, the eatery is flanked by “green” boutique Kaight [link] and Elyssa Dido [link] on the now-hip stretch between Broome and Grand. And based on the window signage (“Healthy nutrition for busy people”), it seems like just […]

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