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Broadway, NYC, 1934 #ancestry #history #1930 My mother was four when this was taken. She lived on W.135th St.

This Aug. 10, 1945 photo titled "Celebration in the Garment District on Japanese offer to surrender" by crime photographer Weegee, whose real name was Arthur Fellig, was provided by the International Center of Photography in New York.

The Egg – Albany, New York. The Egg is a performing arts venue in Albany, New York. Named for the shape it resembles, it was designed by Harrison & Abramovitz as part of the Empire State Plaza project, and built between 1966 and 1978. It is located in the northeast corner of the Plaza. It has become an icon of Albany’s Capital District, due to its unusual shape and central location.

Harlem, New York I was here accross the street from the Apollo trying to hail a taxi when the Rodney King riots started in LA. Everyone around me kept telling me to hurry up and get out of town before I got hurt. I had no idea what was going on. I figured it was just typical NY hospitality at its best.

New York I love you.......such interesting vignettes. If you like this one you should also try Paris Je T'aime. That movie was done first but is mostly in French so it is subtitled.

The Stanley Theatre was opened in 1928... the beauty flows from the inside with all it's grandeur to the sidewalk out front... :::sigh:::

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I LOVE MUSICALS! Love them more than peanut butter and chocolate! Written some. Want to be on Broadway. I'm the whole crazy theatre kid package! #EmA

I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Donna Summer. I once saw her walking down 50th st in NYC & said, “Oh! Hi Ms. Summer!” She smiled and laughed hello.:) In this photo by Walter McBride, she is backstage at the Savoy Theater in New York in January 1983.