Keeping the legend of Masty Huba alive

By Brandi Bailey

May 2, 2014 Updated May 2, 2014 at 7:03 PM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) As people travel to local bars in Binghamton, there's one picture that can be seen at several locations.

A picture of Masty Huba, a man who spent his days traveling from bar to bar in Binghamton, relying on others to survive.

Huba was homeless and depended on the community for food, drinks and shelter.

In return, he provided entertainment for everyone around him.

May 3 will be officially known in the City of Binghamton as Masty Huba Day.

Events honoring the man and his legacy will take place Saturday at the Bundy Museum Annex starting at 3p.m.

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