Marx Brothers Place – International Superstar!

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For years, Marx Brothers Place has been an internationally famous destination spot, attracting tourists from all across the globe. Visitors make regular pilrimages to 179 East 93rd Street just to catch a glimpse of the brownstone that built America’s most beloved Comic Geniuses. Marx Brothers Place is listed in countless Walking Guides to NYC.

The neighborhood welcomes these visitors, from a vast number of countries, every week.  It’s heartwarming for the neighborhood to witness the joy these tourists feel once finally reach their destination, Marx Brothers Place.Those moving experiences are often memorialized by the International Press. Here are just a few articles expressing those touching moments, and evoking the cultural history specific to this incomparable block:  

http://www.karlwhitney.com/journalism/irishmans27august2007.html
 
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html
 
http://www.petehamill.com/nydnews73001.html

http://clydefitch.blogspot.com/2008/03/on-behalf-of-marx-brothers.html

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Published on March 3, 2008 at 1:32 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Hello,
    I chanced upon this site while trying to find the Marx Brothers’ childhood home (354 E 82nd St.). I see that the site was set up in 2008.
    I wanted to know what has happened with this project?
    Sure hope the group is still there to take care of things in the city I called home during MY childhood.
    Seattle (wherre I now live) takes great pride in honoring historic places, and I hope that you will have success in your endeavors.
    Much Marx Love, and Joy,
    Maggie


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