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The bowery

There was a 'small explosion' and fire at 190 Bowery on Monday night.
Click through to check out the layers you get from a panoramic rooftop-view on the Lower East Side.
The International Center of Photography has opened its new Bowery location with an unnerving, powerful show.
The graffiti and street art was stripped from 190 Bowery today.
You can make out the People's Theatre, Doyers Street, the Bowery Mission, the Third Avenue El, panty peddlers, ancient pretzel vendors, smoking men, sleeping men, and a well-dressed man picking food out of the trash.
For $10 a night residents "live in tiny cells bounded by chicken wire."
"The phrase 'don't piss on my leg and tell me it's rain,' comes to mind," declared one angry neighbor.
It's time to grab a pint and revisit Sammy's Bowery Follies, the "alcoholic haven" that could be found at 267 Bowery from 1934 through 1970.
A 72-year-old woman was hit by an NYPD Traffic Enforcement vehicle on the Bowery last night just before 8 p.m.
The Bowery sure ain't what it used to be. But The New Museum, whose five-year-old home on the storied strip certainly helped its current renaissance get going, doesn't want you to forget.
The Bowery is one of Manhattan's oldest and most notorious thoroughfares. Click through for 21 historic photos, and some facts.
The Bowery is hot right now, even its diners are haute. The once-and-future skid row this month welcomed its first new diner in ages, The Bowery Diner, but this isn't your usual Greek thing.
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