Blog Posts on this date: "September, 2020"

09/30/2020 Add Your Own Pop To Fall Foliage At These Colorful Lower Manhattan Spots

The upside of drab winter is that it’s preceded by colorful fall, and despite September’s humid streak, the season of changing leaves is officially upon…

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09/30/2020 New ‘Compassion Market’ Food Pantry Gives Meals To New Yorkers In Need

Hunger and food insecurity have skyrocketed among New Yorkers during the pandemic, and Trinity Church Wall Street is stepping up to help struggling neighbors keep…

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09/29/2020 American Indian Museum Hosts Conversations On Mascots, Monuments

October 12 is Indigenous People’s Day, an annual celebration of Native American heritage and culture. To mark it, the National Museum of the American Indian’s…

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09/28/2020 Tyree Daye To Speak At Poets House Virtual Event

Tyree Daye is a much-celebrated poet and educator, and he’s joining Poets House for a reading next week. Poets House — the Lower Manhattan library…

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09/28/2020 Grab Your Art Supplies And Join These Drawing Sessions At South Cove

South Cove is one of Lower Manhattan’s lesser trafficked but most picturesque spots. The park looks out over the Hudson River and is surrounded by…

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09/28/2020 Lower Manhattan’s Favorite Drink Specials To Go

Like open streets and outdoor dining, the sudden legality of to-go alcohol is something we’re all hoping sticks around post-pandemic. But just to be safe,…

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09/25/2020 Outdoor Dining Permitted To Operate Year-Round, De Blasio Says

Good news for fans of al fresco dining: The Department of Transportation’s Open Streets: Restaurants and Open Restaurants programs will continue year-round, Mayor de Blasio…

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09/24/2020 Explore The Seaport’s Historic Buildings From Your Couch

Pandemic or no pandemic, New York City history buffs don’t have to skip out on the South Street Seaport Museum’s annual tradition of historic building…

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09/24/2020 How Dutch Settlers Rationalized Slavery: Highlights From 'The Other Side Of Wall Street'

This month marked the first webinar, co-hosted by the Downtown Alliance and LMHQ, to highlight Lower Manhattan’s history and potential future. Kicking off our programming…

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09/23/2020 Recommendation: The Sunset And Cocktails At The Greens At Pier 17

That chill in the air is not your imagination — summer is over. But you can still enjoy the sunshine (while it lasts) and green…

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