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They then pass a clothing store called Tiberius Fashions (the Eureka clue for Richard who recalled walking past it in the 1970s).Today, it’s a restaurant: They pass another art store, which is now a shop selling fire/police souvenirs: Next up is an interestingly lit restaurant, now Niu, a noodle place: Another couple of stores, today Mr. Also, too bad we no longer have those two really neat cages, which I imagine held birds. This pair of eagle statues (there are eight in total), which came from a 1912 bridge that went over Shore Road from First Avenue in Brooklyn.as The Paris right next to the Plaza Hotel: After a failed attempt at a new relationship, Alvy takes a forlorn walk down by the South Street Seaport on what I believe was Pier 15.Amazing how the Brooklyn Heights skyline has barely changed: Alvy’s final attempt to save his relationship with Annie ends in disaster, and it looks like they’re done for good. The original theater, an art deco cinema dating to 1931, was torn down in 1987 and replaced with the current apartment building/Symphony Space complex, despite promises to preserve it.We have all been throguh alot.have helepd eachother throguh rough times.At last my prayers were answered in june.i met TJ.were looing for pls to go to the meritt fest with. We fell head over heels.are planning to marry in a year or 2.Joseph’s Hairstylists and a shoe repair shop: Finally, the big first kiss between Alvy and Annie Hall happens in front of this clothing store…which is actually still a clothing store! The eagles found their way to Central Park in 1941 after the bridge was demolished: Want to make fun of New Yorkers on the same bench as Alvy and Annie?
The goal is ,000, and to date, 1,728 Scouting NY readers have donated ,348!without this site I never would have met my fantastic love of my life and complete soul mate TJ JR..I also never would have met a great pal like kookmyer as well.“New York, You’ve Changed” is a Scouting NY feature in which the New York depicted in classic movies is compared with the city of today, a full shot-by-shot dissection to see what once was and what has changed.This is Part 2 of our look at Continuing where we left off, Alvy goes to watch Annie sing (badly) in an unidentified Village night club.