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February 14th In NYC History

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1865...Abraham and Strauss begins as a department store in the city of Brooklyn. The A&S chain will go on to serve New Yorkers for more than a century, until 1995 when the name is dropped following a merger with Macy's.

1899...Mayor Robert Van Wyck signs a law changing the name of Western Boulevard to Broadway. Until that point, Western Boulevard was the extension of Broadway above Columbus Circle.

1965...Malcolm X's house in Elmhurst, Queens, is firebombed. A week later, the Muslim activist is assassinated. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP