Sure, you've pored over Bob Dylan's "Positively 4th Street" countless times, but have you ever really tried to untangle the iconic trouadour's deep, durable ties to his adopted hometown during his years of youthful "Freewheelin'"? Wonder no more, because the intrepid souls of the Onion's A.V. Club
have done the work for you in "Bob Dylan's New York." This fascinating video is the latest in the A.V. Club's enterprising "Pop Pilgrims" series, which has previously taken you to the Blues Brothers' Chicago, R.E.M.'s Athens, GA, and the Lower East Side corner made famous by the Beastie Boys' "Paul's Boutique"—and it's available this morning exclusively via your friends at Time Out New York. Dig in, and dig it!
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