Lower Broadway, Aug 2008 - 21
There was actually a third table with campaign stuff on it, but when I started to take a picture, the owner/proprietor got very agitated and asked me to stop. I guess he was concerned I would be giving the secrets of his t-shirt design ...
Note: this photo was published in an Oct 13, 2008 blog titled "Obama is the New Black." It was also published in a Jan 1, 2011 blog titled "Using 3 Key Factors To Get An Effective Article Marketing Campaign ." And it was published in a Mar 31, 2011 blog titled "http://b-taringa.net/christopher-penns-marketing-campaign-sample -map-downloaded-from-christopherspenn-com/." It was also published in a May 27, 2011 blog titled "Extreme Article Marketing."
Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Jul 11, 2012 blog titled "TIPS AND TACTICS TO MAKE YOUR ARTICLE MARKETING VENTURE A WINNER." It was also published in an undated (early Aug 2012) blog titled "Article Advertising Is Popular Because It Works."
Moving into 2013, the photo was published in a Jan 9, 2013 blog titled "Varied Article Promotion Techniques To Try With Your Business." It was also published in a Jan 24, 2013 blog titled "Achieve Your Goals With These Article Syndication Tips." And it was published in a Feb 14, 2013 blog titled "Proven Article Market Methods Exposed: Must-Read Marketing Information."
On a bright, sunny Wednesday afternoon, I ventured down to 23rd Street and 6th Avenue to drop off my laptop computer for a repair job. Afterwards, I thought I would walk over to Broadway and stroll up the street to see if I could find some interesting pictures; and then I got the crazy idea to take a cab down to the very end of Broadway -- near the Staten Island Ferry -- and walk all the way up Broadway to my neighborhood on 96th Street.
But then I decided that Broadway probably wouldn't be very interesting until I reached Canal Street ... so I had the cab-driver drop me off there, and began my walk northward. Who knows how far I would have gotten if I hadn't been distracted by a lively farmer's market in Union Square -- on 14th Street? Anyway, there's much more of Broadway to cover, and if I have the time and energy over the next few months, perhaps I will cover the entire length of this longest street in New York City, which extends all the way through Manhattan, Bronx, and into Yonkers...