The Church of St. Ever wish you could peek into the kitchen to see how they make all those perfect little pierogi? It was an early hub for the working class, gangs, gays, and immigrants. She is an educator and curator that has worked for a number of years on projects that seek to uncover the hidden history of the people of the African Diaspora.
The book is an unflinching and balanced look at Reed's complex life, including plenty of tabloid-ready tales, as well as insight on major moments in his career. While the Stonewall Inn plays one of the largest roles in this history, it is not the only establishment to serve the community and help in the fight for recognition and equality.
Books will be for sale at the event thanks to Posman Books. Elaine de Kooning was a noted painter and art critic in her own right and a vivacious hostess whose wide range of friends flocked to her loft parties. Christopher Street and Beyond Thursday, May 10, 5: Several pieces of Elaine's original work will be on display and Cathy's book will be available for sale and signing.
The book covers a remarkable period in New York City's history. At this very special members-only event, Veselka's pierogi experts invite you to give it a go! The hospital provided free care for women and children, and instruction for women studying for their medical degree.
Vincent Millay commissioned the conversion of a West Village box factory into the Cherry Lane Playhouse, home to some of the most groundbreaking moments of theater. DeCurtis tracks Reed's five-decade career, traveling deep into his defiantly subterranean world.
With the app as our guide, we will explore sites including the old Yiddish theater, immigrant houses of worship, Little Germany, and more, and we'll meet business owners whose paths to the Village created the landscape we see today.
Blackwell was the first woman in America to receive a degree in medicine, blazing the trail for the entry of women into medicine and focusing her work on public health efforts for the poor and working classes.
With humor and curiosity, Tom and Bill will share and compare some of the juicy and boozy details of these establishments and their incredible photo collections.
Nick will provide sketching tips and tricks as you try your hand at the task. His career paralleled the public unfolding of gay life between the Stonewall uprising in and the AIDS crisis of the s. Join them to explore the nooks and crannies of a street teeming with public art and murals, the first Spanish-speaking Catholic parish in New York City, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the gorgeous Art Deco Salvation Army building which was only recently landmarked finally!
This event is not fully accessible. In celebration of this day and the many ethnic immigrant groups that have come to the Village over the years, we will walk in our immigrant forbearers' footsteps and see what they saw, as only the Urban Archive App allows us to do. With them, we will enjoy, celebrate, and remember.
To escape religious persecution, poverty, and famine, waves of Irish immigrants arrived in New York from the 18th century on. The Genius of Little Africa: No artistic ability or experience necessary! It is one of NYC's most architecturally diverse streets, and now one of America's most endangered.
Learn of several little-known but not forgotten abolitionists, entrepreneurs, and radical thinkers whose efforts enhanced the lives of many, especially within the community known as Little Africa.
Her professional career branched into several other fields such as book illustration, calligraphy, iconography, stained glass design, and more. The city's bars, restaurants, cafes, venues, and shops, and their stories behind them are historically and visually significant in their own right.
On this first tour, stroll through the East Village and let Nick lead you to Charlie Parker's house, the site of a Led Zeppelin album cover, a Velvet Underground venue, and some other architectural gems in the vicinity of Tompkins Square Park. On April 17,more immigrants entered the U.
Rockland historical connections led her to "Little Africa," a Black community, which flourished during the 19th century in New York City's Greenwich Village. The Village Awards recognize the very special people, places, businesses, and organizations that make a significant contribution to the quality of life in Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo.Get the latest slate of VH1 Shows!
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