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Explore Local Korean American Restaurants!

…and celebrate the contributions of Korean Americans on January 13th, now known as Korean American Day. While many of the city’s most popular Korean restaurants are located in these Korean…

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Edward Albee: Icon of American Theatre

…plays of other young writers. The philosophy of his production company, The Playwrights’ Unit, centered on the notion that American playwrights deserved a forum in which to learn and take…

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Mid-Century Modernism on East 9th

…a tad shabby in that photo…) What better way to usher in a new American era than by building big, tall, and modern? While we could debate about the pros…

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NYPD Truck with the American Flag

NYPD Truck with the American Flag

This image is part of the Louis “Sonny” DeLuccy collection, which is dedicated in memory of Sonny and to honor him and others as heroes for their sacrifice. This image…

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Worker Bucket with American Flag

Worker Bucket with American Flag

This image is part of the Louis “Sonny” DeLuccy collection, which is dedicated in memory of Sonny and to honor him and others as heroes for their sacrifice. This image…

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The American Flag Flies in Rays of Sunlight

Professional photographer Robert A. Ripps took these images of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and of Ground Zero and its surroundings in the days and weeks following…

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Rays of Sunlight Shine on the American Flag

Professional photographer Robert A. Ripps took these images of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and of Ground Zero and its surroundings in the days and weeks following…

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The South Village’s Italian Heritage

…built specifically for an Italian-American congregation to the cafe where cappuccino was first introduced to the country, to the birthplace of Fiorello LaGuardia, NYC’s first Italian-American mayor. Original interior, courtesy of St. Anthony’s…

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Why Isn’t This Landmarked? 70 Fifth Avenue

…became the American Civil Liberties Union); the Citizen’s National Committee for Sacco-Vanzetti; the American Federation of Teachers; the American Friends of Spanish Democracy; the Press Writers Union; and the League…

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