Yorkville, a Night in the Old Country

Yorkville, known today as the “Upper East Side” of New York City stretches from the East River to Third Avenue. From time-to-time every American neighborhood experiences growing-pains. History changes everything – even the way the “old-neighborhood” is remembered.

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