Blog Posts on this date: "February, 2020"

02/12/2020 Guess Where Lower Manhattan’s Newest Financier Is Hiding

Whether you’re a zealous bargain hunter or shopping-averse, whether you need a whole new wardrobe or an easy outfit update, everyone already has good reason…

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02/12/2020 Shorty's Philly Cheesesteaks Are So Much Better Than Any Cheesesteak In Philadelphia

Humankind has been deluding itself for far too long about many things; not the least of which is the cheesesteak. Not to be dramatic, but…

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02/10/2020 Will Meat Become Moot? A One-Day Conference Weighs The Future Of Food.

The Impossible Burger or pork grown in a petri dish — what’s better? The ethics of meat (and the question of going meatless) in the…

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02/10/2020 Talk About Climate Change With Your Friends And Neighbors At This Interactive Open House

If you're feeling fretful about the climate, there’s a place you can go: A master plan is coming to help Lower Manhattan become more resilient…

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02/04/2020 Why You Should Go To One World Observatory (Yes, Even If You’re Local)

It's easy to overlook, if you're a “real” New Yorker, some of the city's most breathtaking experiences. Maybe it's our distinctly cultivated cynicism, which some…

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02/03/2020 You Know There’s A Free Downtown Bus, Right?

It's a truth universally acknowledged that New York is one incredibly pricey place to live. Sometimes it feels like there's a $20 fee just to…

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02/03/2020 Business Insider Investigates That Downtown Scene In 'National Treasure' — But They Missed Something

Aylin Woodward at Business Insider was recently inspired by the 2004 movie "National Treasure," and so she took a deep dive into one of Lower…

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02/03/2020 A Clairvoyant Is Coming To Gild Hall To Help Your Love Life

It's only natural for Valentine's Day to bring up the ghosts of love-life past and lead to speculation about the future holds, romance-wise. So if,…

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