Every Monday, mental_floss wanders into the archives of The New York Times "“ and wanders out with first mentions worth mentioning. This week, we're focusing on New York City. If you have a suggestion for next week's edition, leave us a comment.
August 5, 1986
Bowling is Luring New Fans
Bankers, lawyers, actors and musicians are the kinds of people crowding New York's bowling alleys these days, knocking down pins along with the notion that bowling is a sport reserved for... READ ON