Beastie Boys Square unveiled this weekend

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In a momentous tribute to New York City’s vibrant musical heritage, Ludlow and Rivington Street in the Lower East Side have officially been renamed “Beastie Boys Square.” This move, which carries profound significance for hip-hop enthusiasts and the local community alike, celebrates the legendary trio’s deep roots in the neighborhood.

Surrounded by fans and fellow residents, I witnessed the unveiling ceremony marked by speeches from city officials and heartfelt testimonials from fans who grew up listening to the Beastie Boys’ iconic music. The streets themselves transformed into an urban art gallery, adorned with colorful murals and graffiti that pay homage to the trio’s indomitable spirit.

It’s not just a street name change; it’s a testament to how music can shape and define a community’s identity. The Beastie Boys’ legacy will now forever be etched into the heart of our neighborhood, reminding us of the enduring power of hip-hop and its profound influence on our lives.

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