On this day in NYC History, December 11th, 1930. The Bank of the United States in the lower east side closed permanently, leaving hundreds of immigrants bankrupt.
The Last Bookstore, located in Los Angeles, is a play on words. The owners are well aware that the book selling industry is in a crisis, but this never fazed them.
Fuerza Bruta at the Daryl Roth Theater is a dream-like spectacle. A "360-degree experience" with water dancing and acrobatics, Fuerza Bruta is a must see.
See some unique spots in the landmarked Woolworth Building on our next Untapped Cities tour, like a safety deposit graveyard and an old bank vault.
At the turn of the 20th century, banks and post offices were creating spaces specifically for women in New York City to reflect their new role handling money.