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Tío Simón Díaz’ “Caballo Viejo” / Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar y Coral Nacionál Juvenil Simón Bolívar interprets; Gustavo Dudamel conducts

Tío Simón Díaz’ “Caballo Viejo” / Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar y Coral Nacionál Juvenil Simón Bolívar interprets; Gustavo Dudamel conducts

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York: Inside Schrafft's - I ate here many times.

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

Schrafft’s, the lunchroom and candy and ice cream maker, left a few physical traces on the New York landscape.

Jocelyne Labylle ~ "Ma Petite Lumière (My Little Light)" (Guadeloupe, F.W.I.) / https://www.pinterest.com/soulchango/mr-fujis-tropicana

Jocelyne Labylle ~ "Ma Petite Lumière (My Little Light)" (Guadeloupe, F.W.I.) / https://www.pinterest.com/soulchango/mr-fujis-tropicana

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

Interior of "Rhapsody" from the door. Take out the lunch counter and the tables and the columns from the middle of the staircase. The shoe department would be on your right.

Pat Benatar “We Belong”

This is "Pat Benatar "We Belong"" by Cuchifrito on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC) was a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof.  After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

February 16 1983 Bob Dylan With Levon Helm and Rick Danko – Lone Star Cafe

Stevie Ray Vaughn @ The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC); a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

Stevie Ray Vaughn @ The Lone Star Cafe (on the corner of East 13th Street & Fifth Avenue in NYC); a live music venue most famous for having a giant replica of an iguana perched on the roof. After 13 years, the iguana turned up at Pier 25 on the Hudson River (across from N.Moore Street in TriBeCa). The Lone Star eventually closed its doors; morphing twice before becoming Mr.Fuji's Tropicana in the early 90's .

#iguana Jeremy Enlow/Fort Worth Zoo Iggy, a polyurethane and steel iguana sculpture, is lowered onto his new home in Fort Worth, Tex.

Attack of the 40-Foot Iguana!

Jeremy Enlow/Fort Worth Zoo Iggy, a polyurethane and steel iguana sculpture, is lowered onto his new home in Fort Worth, Tex.

Skye "Powerful"

This is "Skye "Powerful"" by La Musica on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Perle Lama "Emmène-Moi" (Guadeloupe, F.W.I.) / https://www.pinterest.com/soulchango/mr-fujis-tropicana

Perle Lama "Emmène-Moi" (Guadeloupe, F.W.I.) / https://www.pinterest.com/soulchango/mr-fujis-tropicana

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