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James Brown House  326 Spring St, Manhattan   This former home of a Revolutionary War veteran is most famous for the taverns that have occupied its ground floor, including today's jovial Ear Inn. But several decades ago, a sailor named Mickey was killed in an accident in front of the building, and many believe his mischievous spirit still harasses patrons to this day.

Old places generally accumulate their share of ghost tales, and New York is certainly old indeed -- over 400 years old. But that's not the only reason the Big Apple is so frightfully haunted.

Newsies, the Musical--has gotten awesome reviews.  Not spectacle--there's a real story, strong characters...(Unlike the horrible movie of years ago.)

“Newsies the Musical,” a coming Disney Broadway production, recounts a strike waged in 1899 by New York newsboys (with a few historical embellishments).

Earth Day in New York City 1970 - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

Mayor John Lindsay pulled out all the stops for the first official Earth Day on April 22, 1970, with such a show that one could be mistaken in the belief that the holiday was created here. (It was officially sanctioned in San Francisco the year before.) In honor of the inaugural environmental holiday, Lindsay authorized Fifth Avenue closed… Read More

The Wall Street Crash of 1929: The sobering end of New York's Jazz Age - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

This is the final part of our three-part NEW YORK IN THE JAZZ AGE podcast series. Check out our two prior episode #233 The Roaring ’20s: The King of the Jazz Age and #234 Queen of the Speakeasies: A Tale of Prohibition New York Something so giddy and wild as New York City in… Read More

A History of the Bronx Part Two: Building The Borough - The Bowery Boys: New York City History

PODCAST The story of how the Bronx became a part of New York City and the origin of some of the borough’s most famous landmarks. In the second part of the Bowery Boys’ Bronx Trilogy — recounting the entire history of New York City’s northernmost borough — we focus on the years between 1875 and… Read More

Ernest Frederick Morrison (1912-1989)

Ernest Frederick Morrison was the first black child movie star signed to a long-term contract and is most famous for his role in the Our Gang/ Little Rascals series. Morrison was born on December 20, 1912 to Louise (Lewis) and Joseph Ernest Morrison, in New … Read MoreErnest Frederick Morrison (1912-1989)

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There's nothing like the energy of New York City. 🤩🍎🚖 In the latest episode of Out Travel the System, we discuss the ins and outs of NYC with Real Housewife of New York Jill Zarin and Greg Young and Tom Meyers, hosts of the Bowery Boys podcast. Listen now! 🎧
May 28, 1965 - Elvis Presley's 18th movie, "Tickle Me" opens nationally. It stars Elvis as a champion rodeo bull rider and bronco buster. Written by Elwood Ullman and Edward Bernds, who had written The Three Stooges film shorts and theatrical films as well as scripts for The Bowery Boys. #ROCkabillyHop @ElvisPresley #Elvis #theKing #RocHop #TickleMe #AlliedArtistsPictures https://amzn.to/3Euo6vI
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