Blog Posts on this date: "August, 2020"

08/28/2020 12 Films You Can See At Pier 17's Dinner-And-A-Movie Series

For those of us who miss the silver screen, The Rooftop at Pier 17 has unveiled “Seaport Cinema”: an ongoing dinner-and-a-movie series featuring beloved classics…

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08/28/2020 We Installed More Hands-Free Trash Bins Around Lower Manhattan

The Downtown Alliance’s operations team has been diligently keeping Lower Manhattan clean and safe as the all-too-familiar pandemic rolls along. Their latest move in upholding…

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08/26/2020 Seamore’s Teaches You How To Shuck Oysters

If watching “Back to the Future” on Seamore’s outdoor patio isn’t your thing, the locavores at Brookfield Place’s seafood outfit have something else in store:…

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08/26/2020 All Aboard! South Street Seaport Museum To Reopen Historic Ship For Visitors.

Cultural institutions such as the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the 9/11 Museum & Memorial recently announced their preparations for reopenings in Lower Manhattan, and…

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08/25/2020 Lunch Hour Just Got Better: Taim Is Back Open

Life is coming back into the neighborhood every day, and now so is delicious falafel.  Beloved lunch spot Taim has reopened its location at 75…

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08/24/2020 How To Request And Cast Your Absentee Ballot For The November Election

Perhaps you’ve heard there’s a big election coming up this November. And it’s always better when more people take part in our sacred democratic ritual…

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08/21/2020 Celebrate The 19th Amendment’s 100th Anniversary With Stories And Lights

The 19th Amendment was ratified 100 years ago this month, declaring “the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied…

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08/21/2020 The 9/11 Memorial & Museum Is Reopening

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum (180 Greenwich Street) is scheduled for reopening to the public on September 12. As with other Lower Manhattan museum reopening…

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08/21/2020 National Museum Of The American Indian Streams New Documentary On Washington NFL Team

Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (1 Bowling Green) remains closed to the public, but that won't stop the organization from sharing interesting content…

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08/21/2020 Yes, You *Still* Need To Wear A Mask Outside

Attention, New Yorkers: Yes, you still have to wear a mask when out in public.  A recent survey conducted by the New York Times found…

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