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  1. says:

    05/02/2008 at 12:15 am

    When my brother and I were teens we used to go to CBGB matinees to see punk bands, and I have vivid memories of getting off the 6 train at Bleecker Street and seeing Keith Haring’s artwork chalked onto the black boards (where adverts usually are)…That evening we’d come back to the station and his drawings would be gone…erased…Too funny, now they sell for thousands…

  2. says:

    05/01/2008 at 6:15 am

    When my brother and I were teens we used to go to CBGB matinees to see punk bands, and I have vivid memories of getting off the 6 train at Bleecker Street and seeing Keith Haring’s artwork chalked onto the black boards (where adverts usually are)…That evening we’d come back to the station and his drawings would be gone…erased…Too funny, now they sell for thousands…

  3. says:

    05/02/2008 at 3:16 am

    You should write more about NYC back in those days. It really was something else. I think people don’t have a clue.

    And regarding the expired subway advertising, I actually didn’t know that’s what they did. I just knew there were plenty of black boards. Thx for explaining.

    Cool shot too.

  4. says:

    05/01/2008 at 9:16 am

    You should write more about NYC back in those days. It really was something else. I think people don’t have a clue.

    And regarding the expired subway advertising, I actually didn’t know that’s what they did. I just knew there were plenty of black boards. Thx for explaining.

    Cool shot too.

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