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Ludlow Street on the Lower East has a rich history. Originally apart of the Kleindeitschland, or German neighborhood of NYC, it eventually developed a thriving music and art scene.
With the 50th anniversary of this wonderful piece of New York City and world history approaching on April 22nd, the City has decided to reopened the long-shuttered Pavilion for public access.
Here’s what the Untapped staff is reading at the HQ today! New York City “Bitcoin Music Festival” coming to Manhattan next month [Animal NY] Landmarking Pitched Again for Jackie Robinson’s Home [Curbed NY] 4 Crazy Plans For NYC That Thankfully Never Happened [Gothamist] Autopsy of a Hospital: A Photographic Record of Coler-Goldwater on Roosevelt Island [Urban Omnibus] Global […]
In 1965, Ford put a Mustang on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building in NYC. Tomorrow, they’re doing repeating the engineering feat again.