Little Bit Funky Broadway
Broadway at night retains a little funk along with some old-school (although not always old) neon. Together, neon and funk bite back against the relentless March of the Chains.
Andrade’s Shoe Repair has a mini-empire (a chain?) with shoe repair stores on the east and west sides of Broadway. One gorgeous neon shoe heads south
while its companion on the other side of the avenue strolls north
Most blocks have at least one bodega-style shop, selling soda, magazines and lottery tickets
Hold on a second. Let’s take a closer look at that duck, shall we? After all, this is supposed to be a nature blog.
And just yards away, an insane rodent presides over the east side of Broadway
I’m grateful for the city’s remaining pockets of funkiness, even if today’s Broadway doesn’t measure up to Wicked Wilson Pickett’s funky, funky street of days gone by.
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