Bowery - Wikipedia

The New York City Subway's Bowery station, serving the BMT Nassau Street Line (J and Z trains), is located close to the Bowery's intersection with Delancey and Kenmare Streets. There is a tunnel under the Bowery once intended for use by the proposed, but never built, New York City Subway services, including the Second Avenue Subway.North end: East 4th Street (continues as Cooper Square)…

Museum — Daredevil Tattoo

The museum is part of the tattoo shop and is viewable during our regular shop hours. There is no admission fee. We have formed a non profit organization dedicated to increasing public knowledge and appreciation of the history of tattooing. NYC Tattoo History Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) EIN # 81-3387060…

Tattoo You: A History of Tattooing in New York City NYCgo

1939 Millie Hull, a burlesque dancer turned tattoo artist, opened a Lower Manhattan shop called the Tattoo Emporium. (It wasn’t exactly the glamorous sort of studio we’re used to seeing today: she worked in a tiny booth in the back of a barbershop.) Known as the Queen of the Bowery, Hull learned to tattoo from Wagner, who also tattooed Hull’s entire body, and was considered NYC’s only ...Author: Christina Parrella…