2 edition of New York in the 70s found in the catalog.
New York in the 70s
|Other titles||New York in the seventies, SoHo blues, SoHo weekly news.|
|Statement||Allan Tannenbaum ; [reminiscence by Yoko Ono ; foreword by P.J. O"Rourke].|
|Genre||Pictorial works., Biography.|
|Contributions||Ono, Yōko., O"Rourke, P. J.|
|LC Classifications||F128.68.S64 T36 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
—New York Times Book Review “An open-throttled tour of New York City during the bad old days of the s and early '70s it's all here in exacting and eye-popping detail There is a great deal of sex and gossip in City Boy, but it is also a minor-key /5(21). Buy Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, by Lawrence, Tim (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(25).
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I've enjoyed having my memory jogged by this book of photos of New York in the 70s, most of them of famous people and places.
I especially enjoyed the images of the Lennon-Ono family (John and Yoko). I wonder what Lennon would make of New York today, with Montblanc stores in the industrial SoHo and TriBeCa by: 1. These startling s New York photos reveal a city undergoing an unparalleled transformation fueled by economic collapse and rampant crime.
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After graduating in from Washington University in St. Louis Carrie Boretz began her life as a New York City photographer a week later, landing an internship at the Village the next decade she photographed for The New York Times Magazine, New York, Sports Illustrated, People, Fortune, and the s she was shooting almost daily for the New York Times's DAY beat, /5(28).
New York in The 70s a personal collection of photographs that document an exciting chapter in New York City's history - and a remarkable body of work produced by photographer Allan Tannenbaum while he was photo editor of the SoHo Weekly News in Manhattan.
Based mainly on news and feature stories assigned by the paper, the photographs encompass 4/5(16). HBO's latest drama The Deuce portrays New York City in the s, a tumultuous decade that saw crime soar, a blackout darken the city, and Author: Esquire Editors.
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Dirty, dangerous, and destitute. This was New York City in the s. The s were not yet over, and war still raged in Viet Nam, fueling resentment against the government. Nixon and the Watergate scandal created even more resentment, cynicism, and skepticism.
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The ‘70s are a Jekyll-and-Hyde of New York eras. On one hand we fear the terrors of the time, the junkies on the fire escape scheming to steal a $50 rabbit-ear TV, the return of jazz fusion. New York scene in the 70s - book recommendations.
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The photographs in STREET were taken by Carrie Boretz in New York City from the mids through the s. It is common knowledge that the city was on rocky ground for many of those years but these are not pictures filled with drama or : Carrie Boretz.
Originally titled SoHo Blues, Allan Tannenbaum's book of photos from his work as SoHo News chief photographer is now called New York in the first edition was published by Feierabend Verlag in October, Shown below with its original cover, this edition of New York in the 70s is out of print.A limited number of signed copies of the book is available from our online gallery.
Behold, then, the perfect uplifting surprise for a Monday morning from Meryl Meisler’s latest exhibition and book, SASSY 70s NYC, which is currently showing at Midoma Gallery in New York.
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An ode to New York: Vintage photos of the city's punk heyday came a few years after co-founding Blondie in the early '70s. Iggy Pop and David Bowie invited the band to open for them on 's. On OctoNew York City was deep in crisis. At 4 P.M. the next day, four hundred and fifty-three million dollars of the city’s debts would come due, but there were only thirty-four Author: Jeff Nussbaum.
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Tom's Restaurant, at West th Street and Broadway, was used as the establishing shot for "Monk's Cafe.Gay Sex in the 70s is a American documentary film about gay sexual culture in New York City in the s.
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