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.
Check out these vintage photos in NYC and Paris of architectural accidents due to shoddy construction or bad weather. Photos include
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.
What do Dr. Seuss, Ernest Hemingway and Dorothy Parker have in common? They all worked for PM, a highly progressive NYC newspaper that ran from 1940 to 1948.
Photographer Weegee liked to be ‘invisible’ when taking photos and a exhibition "Weegee: At the Movies" at Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, shows just how close he got
Wonderful photographs by Weegee of families sleeping on fire escapes in New York CIty in 1938 to escape the heat of their tenements.
Take a tour of the notorious crime scene photographer Weegee's exhibition at ICP and see his favorite haunts in Times Square and Hell's Kitchen, back when they were seedy areas littered with theaters and brothels.