The open-air Bowery Market recently opened on the site of a former auto-mechanic shop, offering a small but diverse array of vendors in a quaint atmosphere.
Most people think of malls when they hear "food court," but New Yorkers have places like the Dekalb Market, City Kitchen, and the other eateries to choose from.
There is a bonafide dawn redwood tree towering above Houston Street, near the intersection of Bowery located inside Liz Christy Community Garden.
The Cooper Union partnered with the Bowery Alliance of Neighbors to display "Windows on the Bowery," a project to preserve the Bowery's historical integrity.
Press photographer Weegee’s Bowery was a Skid Row of derelicts and drunks – a world away from the boutique hotels and hipster joints that line the street today.
Legendary photographer Weegee gets two new exhibits from ICP, "Weegee's Bowery" showcasing images of gritty East Village in the 1930s and 40s in NYC.
See how Yiddish Theater started and evolved from Bowery to Broadway in NYC with an exhibit by the Museum of the City of New York.
A 6-foot stroboscopic wheel is one of the items on display at 'The Last Party,' an exhibition of 70s and 80s New York club culture from New York artists
How Do You Like The Bowery? is a true documentary of a bygone era in NYC, made by Alan Raymond and Dan Halas in the 1960s when film students
NYC film locations for Martin Scorsese's 1973 crime drama Mean Streets. Locations include places in Little Italy, West Village and The Bowery.