A City Council committee is expected Tuesday to approve renaming a corner at Ludlow and Rivington streets as Beastie Boys Square. The Lower East Side location was on the cover of the group’s landmark 1989 album Paul’s Boutique, which is to hip-hop what Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Pet Sounds are to pop.
“Hip-hop is big business, and it all began in New York,” said LeRoy McCarthy, a Brooklyn filmmaker who has been pushing the
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