In the photo above, we can see a lot of street-level action and detail from fashion to transportation to interesting store signage at 104th Street and Broadway, Harlem, New York, 1910. Continue Reading →
Two years after renovation work began on Inwood‘s historic 215th Street staircase or “The Stairs of Death,” or the “Italian Terrace” as it was called in 1911 —which connects Park Terrace East to Broadway over a 50-foot incline—the work has finished, and the refurbished stairs are set to make their public debut. Continue Reading →
Taye Diggs (Private Practice, The Best Man, Rent, Murder in the First) returns to Broadway alongside Rebecca Naomi Jones (American Idiot, Passing Strange) in the Tony Award-winning, genre-bending, fourth-wall-smashing musical sensation Hedwig And The Angry Inch.
Harry Richman (real name Reichmen), Jr. (1896-1972) was a star of vaudeville, Broadway, a few films and a bit of early TV between 1926 and 1932, today he is almost forgotten. Puttin’ On The Ritz was a #1 hit for Richman as Brunswick 4677 over an eight week chart run beginning February 15, 1930. Continue Reading →