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NYSE’S VERY FIRST HQ On January 4, 1865: The New York Stock Exchange opened its first permanent HQ at 10-12 Broad Street. The New York Stock Exchange is the largest stock exchange in the world, and...

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THE YANKEES GO TO THE BOSS On January 3, 1973: George Steinbrenner led a group of investors in buying the New York Yankees from CBS for $12 million. One of sports’ most controversial figures, Steinbrenner was...

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 JUST WHAT I NEEDED IN CENTRAL PARK On August 24, 1979: Rock band The Cars performed in front of half a million people in Central Park. One of their most well known hits “Just What I...

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On This Day in NYC’s History: GZA is Born

August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

THE SPIRITUAL HEAD OF WU-TANG On August 22, 1966: Hip hop artist and founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, Gary Grice aka “GZA” or “The Genius,” was born in Brooklyn. After a long and illustrious career...

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Karl Towns, Jr. has become a household name for college basketball fans across the nation. The 2014 Gatorade Male Athlete of the Year and University of Kentucky commit shares his motivations for becoming not just...

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