inwood streets

It’s Flag Day, so everybody give it up for Old Glory, adopted as the flag of the United States on this day in 1777.

William D. Hassler. American flag flying on a tower of the Sherman Creek power station, W. 201st Street, Inwood, New York City. circa July 1916. New-York Historical Society.

More #HalfGodHalfDevil Tour dates have just been announced. See you on the second leg this summer with @inthismomentofficial, @vimicmusic and @littlemissnasty. Tickets go on-sale Friday at motionlessinwhite.net
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6.28 - The Pageant - St. Louis, MO
7.01 - House of Blues - North Myrtle Beach, SC
7.02 - Norva - Norfolk, VA
7.05 - State Theatre Portland - Portland, ME
7.07 - Asbury Park Convention Hall - Asbury Park, NJ
7.11 - Coronado Performing Arts Center - Rockford, IL
7.12 - McGrath Amphitheater - Cedar Rapids, IA
7.15 - Shiley Acres - Inwood, WV
7.21 - Concrete Street Amph. - Corpus Christi, TX
7.22 - South Side Ballroom - Dallas, TX
7.23 - La Hacienda Event Center - Midland, TX
7.25 - The Cotillion - Wichita, KS
7.26 - 7 Flags Event Center - Clive, IA
7.28 - Orpheum Theater - Madison, WI
7.29 - Mayo Civic Center - Rochester, MN
7.30 - Fargo Civic Auditorium - Fargo, ND
8.01 - Bismarck Event Center - Bismarck, ND
8.03 - Shrine Auditorium - Billings, MT
8.04 - Ironhorse Saloon - Sturgis, SD
8.05 - Downtown Lincoln - Lincoln, NE

A No. 1 train goes around the corner in Inwood.

@nytransitmuseum