• We're spending all week convening a faculty seminar on "Lost New York," the subject of our conference last fall: http://bit.ly/cMjBi8 #
  • On a walking tour of Harlem with David Freeland. First stop: Radio Shack on 125 and St Nick, once the Baby Grand Club. #
  • At 124, facade of the old Pabst Beer Garden, one of the successors to the Atlantic on Bowery. KO'd by Prohibition. Best preserved BG facade. #
  • 126th St and Powell: the old 1903 Alhambra Theater. Apparently the old ballroom up top is occasionally open again. #
  • 130th off Malcolm X: Astor Row Houses. City landmarks now, porches being restored. DF: a preservation success story, feels like a community. #
  • All the best walking tours end up at a watering hole, so we're at the Lenox Lounge. #
  • Trouble in Tin Pan Alley (via Lost City): http://bit.ly/cvJ2yo #
  • Enjoyed hearing @kennethcdavis talk about hidden chapters in early American history @mcnallyjackson this evening. #
  • A fantastic afternoon in our Faculty Resource Network seminar talking with Ric Burns about New York — both the city and his film. #
  • RT @furthamucka RT @csbg Batman #700 Review http://bit.ly/d2NWV9 #
  • Have you read @jeremoss's posts about searching for Hopper's Nighthawks diner? Highly recommended. Start here: http://bit.ly/domtX9 #ff #
  • Stranded in CO: Favorite New York City history books. http://bit.ly/93i0aB (via @ToDoinNY) #