|1.||Bitch, 59th street!|
To call someone down to 59th street means that they have insulted or wronged you in some way and that you are now making the proposition to fight and/or confront them.
Emerging from a "Team spider Christmas special" where a caller insulted all the members of the band that was preforming, they, in turn, called him down to 59th street. (presumably where they were filming this particular show)
1: "...and look at that bass player what a fucking loser"
2: " Hey why don't you come down to the studio and we'll kick your fucking ass!"
3: "Bitch, 59th street!"
|2.||Hyde Park, Chicago|
So, most expansively, what I’d call Hyde Park extends from 47th Street to the Midway and from Lake Michigan to Cottage Grove. Some people really emphasize the distinction between (South) Kenwood and Hyde Park, but I don’t.more...
For almost 60 years, Hyde Park has been a proud, wholly artificial-seeming bubble in the midst of a sprawling black ghetto. 120 years ago, it was a swamp plus a thousand tons of earth dumped into the lake, conveniently accessible via rail. Today, portions of it need to be saved (or paved). Every tenth adult you meet is one of those eternal University hangers-on, while another tenth have made their relations with it (the University, that is) work.
There are grad students, working people, crackheads, neoliberals, and modestly successful 53rd Street gangsters… Think lakefront high-rises and walk-ups on 54th… There are bars on 55th Street, two Thai restaurants for every Thai person, bookstores on every major E-W thoroughfare, and like maybe even too many coffee shops, including that 24-hr Dunkin’ Donuts just off Dorchester – not to mention the whole Obama thing.
And the bubble is expanding, past 61st, 47th, and Washington Park. The future of said growth remains to be seen, especially since the recession hit and the Olympics fell through.
So, what is there to define that I cannot fully define? The parks are beautiful and the winters are frigid. We’re on the South Side, so you should root for the White Sox. I like it, I really do.
537 W. 59th street. Literally a Shit Hole for Homeless TV junkies from the Addiction Center; run by a staff of overworked, self-loathing, narcissistic, half-gay, imbecilic retards with a little man in Mickey Rat shoes mugging for interviews from The NY Times about how great his crappy socialist TV network is; when it's really an air-conditioned sweatshop with 25 yeard old VHS machines (not industry standard digital video servers) but manual operations of their broadcast by "crack heads and masturbators" with bad audio, bad video, blank srceens, and rotten customer service. And all of this is on NYC Time Warner Cable. A travesty and a sham.
So this guy takes a shit in his pants, and then starts walking around the MNN building....
The lungs of New York City.
The 843 acre park is bounded by Central Park South (59th Street), Fifth Avenue, Central Park North (110th Street), and Central Park West (Eighth Avenue) in Manhattan. It is the most popular city park in America and is a place where all New Yorkers can get forget about the big city.
It was so crowded on Fifth Avenue, I decided to take a jog in Central Park.
An 843 acre green oasis right in the middle urban grind. Located in mid-Manhatten bordered north by West 110th Street, west by Central Park West, south by West 59th Street and east by Fifth Avenue . Has attractions such as the Belevedre Castle, Turtle Pond, The Great Lawn, Strawberry Fields and the Delatcorte Theatre. In my opinion, it's the single best community park in the World (Hyde Park's not bad either, but it's got nothing on Central Park) and I don't live in New York. I don't even live in the United States.
I'm going to go play baseball in the many fields at the Great Lawn in Cental Park.
I'm going to pay tribute to John Lennon at Strawberry Fields in Central Park.
Singer, songwriter, formally of Simon and Garfunkle. Had a huge string of folksy hit songs spanning more than four decades. Wrote most of the songs for the movie "The Graduate".
He's really short... almost like a midget.
Paul Simon songs:more...
"50 Ways To Leave Your Lover" (1975)
"The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" (1966)
"Ace In The Hole" (1979)
"All Around The World Or The Myth Of Fingerprints" (1986)
"American Tune" (1973)
"Anna Belle" (as Jerry Landis, 1959)
"April Come She Will" (1965)
"Armistice Day" (1972)
"At The Zoo" (1966)
"Baby Driver" (1968)
"The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine" (1966)
"Bleecker Street" (1963)
"Born At The Right Time" (1990)
"The Boxer" (1968)
"The Boy In The Bubble" (1986)
"Bridge Over Troubled Water" (1969)
"Carlos Dominguez" (as Paul Kane, 1963)
"Cards Of Love" (as Jerry Landis, 1962)
"Cars Are Cars" (1983)
"A Church Is Burning" (1965)
"Citizen Of The Planet" (1983)
"Cloudy" (with Bruce Woodley, 1965)
"Crazy Love, Vol. II" (1986)
"Cry, Little Boy, Cry" (as Jerry Landis, 1962)
"Cuba Si, Nixon No" (1969)
"Dancin' Wild" (as Jerry Landis, and with Art Garfunkel as Tommy Graph, 1957)
"The Dangling Conversation" (1966)
"Darling Lorraine" (2000)
"Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes" (1986)
"Dori Anne" (as Jerry Landis, with David Winters and J. Kay, 1963)
"El Cóndor Pasa (If I Could)" (English lyric only, 1969)
"Everything Put Together Falls Apart" (1972)
"Express Train" (as Jerry Landis, 1962)
"Fakin' It" (1967)
"Father And Daughter" (2006)
"Flowers Never Bend With ...
Irish American neighborhood on New York Citys west side. It was once the most dangerous neighborhood in New York and the reason for its name is that a reporter traveling through the neighborhood during the 1950's once wrote in the new york times that "this neighborhood from 37th to 59th street and from 8th avenue to the Hudson is worse than the hottest place in Hell" and Hells Kitchen derived from that. Irish immigrants lived in shacks and slums all over hells kitchen and gangs like the "Westies" and the "shamrocks" did and still do rule the streetz of the neighborhood. Tough Irish kids from Hells Kitchen would often fight off blacks from Harlem and Hispanics from other neighborhoods. gang violence in hells kitchen was soo bad during the 1960's and early 2000's that police officers were paid to sit in classrooms with teachers and students at almost all public and private schools in the neighborhood. This is the neighborhood that only accepts the poorest of the poor and you have to be Irish. Hells kitchen is and always will be a Irish ghetto.
another Irish gang murder occured in Hells Kitchen over the past weekend.