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Chronicles: McNulty’s Tea and Coffee

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  Type in McNulty’s into Google and again and again, entry after entry, you’ll find articles waxing hyperbolically about the feeling of stepping back in time as you enter the tea and coffee shrine that is this Greenwich Village staple. And you know what? They are all right. Since 1895, the atmosphere of McNulty’s has barely changed with sacks of ... Read More »

Chronicles: Walking Tour Photos!

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  Saturday, Chronicles of Old New York author James Roman braved the 96 degree heat to lead a group of intrepid history fans through Greenwich Village, SoHo and NoLita; beginning at Washington Square Park’s Hangman’s Elm and ending at independent bookstore McNally Jackson on Prince Street.   The turnout was tremendous and a big thanks to all who came! Check ... Read More »

Chronicles: Marie’s Crisis Cafe

Photo copyright 2008 by Ronald Spainhour: www.mygothamphotos.com

Nestled in the tree lined Grove Street, in Greenwich Village, there is sits a white brick building with red trim. It stands out on the street full of mid-19th century townhouses not just because of its old fashioned sign and garish paint, but because late into the evenings, on any given night, the sounds of Broadway tunes can be heard ... Read More »

Spotlight On…The Bitter End, NY

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The Bitter End operates under the guise of New York’s longest running nightclub. Whether this is actually true doesn’t really matter, what matters is that for nearly 50 years, The Bitter End has been one of the most cutting edge and established venues in New York City, hosting comedy and music on a nightly basis. Read More »

New York’s Hidden Alley + Art

Every street in New York holds a story and in the historical Greenwich Village, every corner does too.   Few of the millions of tourists who come to Washington Square Park every day notice the small alleyway tucked away off of MacDougal St. but hidden amongst the buildings lies MacDougal Alley. Built in the 1830s to house the horses of ... Read More »

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