1. BANDIT from Yiddish for "outlaw", "menace", "pain in the neck"
ROOST ( the place they call home).
2. The famously photographed location at 59 1/2 MULBERRY STREET
on Manhattan's Lower East Side by master photographer, Jacob Riis -
used as part of his essay, How the Other Half Lives. He exposed the
plight of immigrants who, unbeknownst to most New Yorkers, lived in
squalor in deplorable tenements
3. an ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY born out of the desire to look
at the world through a different lens.
BANDITS ROOST [ban -dits][roost]