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The Ramones and CBGB: Forever Linked

…demise, the Ramones would play at CBGB hundreds more times over the next decades, as punk broke through to the mainstream. CBGB following Joey Ramone’s death, image via Village Preservation’s…

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Remembering CBGB

The former marquee of CBGB’s CBGB, the legendary rock club on the Bowery and Bleecker closed its doors on October 15, 2006, due to lease issues, 33 years after it…

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The Ramones’ First Performance

…time. Gone but not forgotten In 2003, the corner of the Bowery and East 2nd Street, outside what was then still CBGB’s, was named “Joey Ramone Place.”  Sadly, CBGB’s closed in 2006….

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Happy Birthday, Debbie Harry

…which were the basis of many early songs she and Stein produced. During this time the Stillettoes played locally, including at CBGB’s, which Harry describes as a biker bar at that…

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A Genius of Music and Art

…wave scene of the 1970’s, with their very first gig as the Talking Heads opening for the Ramones at CBGB’s on the Bowery on June 20, 1975. Unlike some of…

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Remembering Joey Ramone

…album, Leave Home, with the crowd singing along. Flowers for Joey Ramone following his death outside CBGB, 315 Bowery from Village Preservation’s Historic Image Archive The man we knew as…

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Naming a Neighborhood: The East Village

…is made more Village-like by a near-by espresso house.” The famed music club CBGB that opened in 1973 By the 1970s, the term “East Village” had become widely accepted, and…

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In Memoriam, Anthony Amato

…other theaters and music venues along the Bowery, including CBGB’s, the Bouwerie Lane Theater, and the Bowery Ballroom. The Amato Opera operated for sixty-one years, until 2009, nine years after…

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Village Awardee — James and Karla Murray

…about each business to share. White Horse Tavern CBGB James & Karla are extraordinary photographers who focus on storefronts and architecture. They have captured and preserved scores of Village locales…

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Happy Birthday, Truman Capote

…fixture on the Village scene, often found at places like the San Remo Café or CBGB‘s. He once criticized author and Greenwich Village legend Jack Kerouac’s work, saying “That’s not…

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Small Business Snapshot, ca. 1998

…East Village’s departed Mars Bar, CBGBs, and Frutti di Mare, as well as NoHo’s sadly no-longer-extant Peace Pentagon and Jones Diner, click here.  To view our entire historic image archive…

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Art and Suffrage on 14th Street

…“I certainly am no Peggy Guggenheim, and this ain’t no Mudd Club, or CBGBs. But if we can create an interesting little gallery in our ratty throwback of a building,…

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It Happened Here: Album Covers

…streets anywhere in Manhattan. But it was well-known to performers at CBGB’s, located at 313 Bowery, which had a rear exit that led out onto it. It was there that…

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Annual Meeting and Village Awards

…the Bouwerie Lane Theater, the Bowery Ballroom, the Bowery Poetry Club & Café, CBGB/OMFUG; Angelo Bruno; Raffetto’s; St. Mark’s Historic Landmark Fund; the Village Community School Addition; The Villager Newspaper;…

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The Gardens Less Travelled

…Joey Ramone lived for a time at 6 East 2nd Street and it was around the corner from CBGB, their second home. The garden’s volunteers sometimes host jazz nights and…

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East Village Rock Tour – Part 2

…Streets) at the spot where CBGB made a lasting impact on music and culture in New York and beyond. There will be a few stops in between featuring a classic Ramone’s…

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Meet the Fall 2023 Interns!

…the many music and literary icons that called the Village home. Influenced by her musically driven family, she grew up wishing she were old enough to attend shows at CBGB

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Village Preservation in the Press

…apartment fears demolition of historic townhouse, Gothamist, February 5 City of Yes Webinar — Human Scale NYC, Tribeca Trust, February 3 Punk: Keine Zukunft im CBGB’s, ORF-Radiothek, February 1 Village…

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KlezBiGay 2021 Pride Concert and Chat

The critically-acclaimed Isle of Klezbos debuted in 1998 at CB’s 313 Gallery (the folk club offshoot next to punk rock CBGB in the East Village), where they also performed some…

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