Blog Posts on this date: "August, 2020"

08/20/2020 Free MTA Bus Rides Are Ending. Here Are Other Free And Low-Cost Alternatives.

You’ll have to start paying for MTA bus rides again starting August 31, the agency announced this week. To protect drivers during the pandemic, the…

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08/19/2020 The Museum Of Jewish Heritage Is Reopening

The Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place) is scheduled to reopen its doors again on September 13. To keep everyone safe in the COVID…

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08/19/2020 Outdoor Movies Live On This Summer At Seamore’s In Brookfield Place

Big outdoor movie nights are one New York City summer tradition that have been put on hold this year. But a few places are finding…

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08/17/2020 Brookfield Restaurants Featured In New Cookbook To Benefit Service-Industry Workers

Restaurants have been some of the hardest hit businesses in New York City during the pandemic, and not even creative outdoor seating may be able…

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08/14/2020 'The Other Side Of Wall Street': A Virtual Talk On The African Diaspora In New York

The Downtown Alliance and LMHQ are launching a public programming series all about Lower Manhattan — on its history, current events and the potential of…

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08/13/2020 How To Be A Good Patron When Outdoor Dining At Your Favorite Restaurant

Crain’s New York posted a helpful list of tips for safely and politely dining outdoors in the city. Much of this is probably second nature…

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08/12/2020 Now Open: More Downtown Deliciousness With Outdoor Seating

More of Lower Manhattan’s delicious establishments are ready to take your order for takeout, delivery and dining service — so be sure to tip them…

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08/11/2020 Black Presence At The Battle Of Bennington: Fraunces Tavern’s Online Lecture

On Thursday, August 20 at 6:30p, Fraunces Tavern Museum will host a Zoom lecture on “The Black Presence at the Battle of Bennington,” by Vermont…

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08/10/2020 Biking In Lower Manhattan: Beginner, Intermediate And Expert Routes

Bicycles have always been one of the greatest ways to feel freedom in New York City. It’s the eco-friendly way to unlock parts of the…

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08/10/2020 Everything You Need To Know To Start Biking In Lower Manhattan

We are potentially entering a golden era of biking in New York City. The pandemic has driven even some of the most reluctant city dwellers…

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