Posts Tagged: Famous New Yorkers

The New York Charging Bull Statue

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New York Wall Street bull

This post is about how to find the Wall Street Bull, officially known as the Charging Bull, the popular bronze statue and financial icon, along with a brief history of the Bull and the Fearless Girl Statue.” A Brief History How to Get Here Fearless Girl Statue Tours of Wall Street Free Tours by Foot […]

New York TV Show Tickets

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Free TV Show Tickets NYC

This post is about how to get tickets to New York TV shows. While visiting NYC, not only do you have the opportunity to see amazing sights, you can attend the live filming of some of your favorite TV shows! Saturday Night Live, Good Morning America, the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and more film in […]

Visiting Trump Tower in New York City

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This post will show you how to visit Trump Tower on 5th Ave. in Midtown Manhattan. It is the central headquarters of the Trump Organization. It’s also where Donald J. Trump’s penthouse is. Of course, since Trump was elected president, the building has become even more significant as a destination. This post contains information that […]

Tour of Seinfeld New York | Self Guided

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New York Seinfeld

This post is a self-guided tour of NYC locations for the beloved 90’s sitcom Seinfeld. With landmarks, catchphrases and neuroses aplenty, “Seinfeld” is possibly the most New York sitcom in television history. The last episode may have aired almost 20 years ago, but many of the locations featured in the show remain today. Visit that iconic […]

New York Mafia Tour

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New York Mafia tour

This New York mafia tour focuses on the 5 mafia crime families of New York City and takes you through the heart of Little Italy to the East Village and includes three stops in Midtown taking you to the former headquarters of the biggest crime families to the exact spot where men were shot down in cold […]

Greenwich Village Pigeon Man

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New York pigeon man

Paul the Greenwich Village Pigeon Man can be seen feeding the pigeons and squirrels in Washington Square Park most weekday afternoons. A regular fixture in the Park, Paul sits west of the fountain on a bench regularly reserved for him. Often, the children in the neighborhood will wait for him, or gather around him.  While some […]

Just a Times Square Cowboy

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Naked Cowboy

Times Square has many iconic features: the Coca-Cola advertisement, Broadway show billboards, the New Year’s Eve Ball, and… a man wearing only underwear, a cowboy hat and a pair of cowboy boots.  Ladies and Gentlemen, meet The Naked Cowboy! The Naked Cowboy was born Robert John Burck on December 23, 1970.  He started off his performing […]