Blog Posts on this date: "July, 2020"

07/30/2020 Attention, Artists: Grants And Workspace Opportunities At LMCC

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is offering funding and workspace opportunities to individual creators, artist collectives and creatively-engaged nonprofits.  With the goal of serving, connecting…

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07/30/2020 Fraunces Tavern Returns With Outdoor Dining, Virtual Trivia Night

You can stop staring longingly at the Lego replica of Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl Street), because you can once again frequent the real thing. The…

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07/28/2020 Outdoor Dining Now Available At These Lower Manhattan Favorites

No lie it’s hot out there, folks. But, when the sun dips down and the temperature cools off, you’ve now a few more options in…

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07/28/2020 Where New Yorkers In Need Can Go To Cool Off

The city is in the midst of a vicious heatwave, and while extra-hot summers aren’t particularly pleasant even without a pandemic, with typical heat-relief spots…

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07/27/2020 Where To Drop Off Your Composting During The Pandemic

With many of our compost drop-off locations suspended due to COVID-19 and pandemic-related budget cuts, you might have wondered if there’s any alternative to tossing…

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07/20/2020 New York City's Phase 4: What's Reopening

New York City is moving forward with Phase 4 of its reopening, beginning Monday, July 20. Here's a heads-up on just what that entails. —Large…

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07/20/2020 Free Headshots For The Unemployed At Brookfield Place, One Day Only

If you’re on the job market, get ready for your closeup. On Wednesday, July 22, the photo agency Headshot Booker is hosting a pop-up photo…

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07/17/2020 To-Go Drinks Are Not Banned. They Just Need To Be Ordered With Food.

Over the last few weeks, social media has been alight with photos of revelers congregating outside now-open bars all over the city. That may or…

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07/17/2020 Liberty Island To Begin First Phase Of Reopening

New Yorkers are being welcomed back to (safely) visit the Statue of Liberty, as the National Parks Service announced a partial reopening of Liberty Island.  …

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07/17/2020 Open-Streets Restaurant Service Has Arrived In Lower Manhattan

The Alliance for Downtown New York, the nonprofit business improvement district for Lower Manhattan, will participate in the Department of Transportation's Open Streets: Restaurants program,…

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