Blog Posts on this date: "October, 2020"

10/30/2020 Take A Free Audio Walking Tour Of Lower Manhattan With The Black Gotham Experience

Open House New York took its offerings digital this year, pivoting from the usual in-person visits to the city’s historic sites to more pandemic-friendly offerings…

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10/30/2020 Shout The F-Word (Feminism) At The Next Pen Parentis Salon

Depending on the results of next week’s election, you might be hearing a lot of F-words being thrown around. But let’s just focus on one…

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10/30/2020 Learn About China’s Farm-To-Table Culture Without Leaving Your Home

International travel is probably not in the cards anytime soon, so let’s take a trip to China — virtually — and learn about some of…

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10/26/2020 See Downtown From The Sky At The Reopened One World Observatory

After several months of stay-at-home orders and limited international and domestic travel, New Yorkers are itching for some fresh new views. The good news is,…

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10/26/2020 Take An In-Person Or Virtual Tour At The Now-Open 9/11 Memorial & Museum

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is back open for in-person visits (with requirements for masks, advanced booking and other safety measures), but for visitors who’d…

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10/23/2020 Garden Like A Gravedigger With City Blossoms' DIY 'Terrorarium' Kit

Why settle for a regular terrarium this fall when you can build your own terrorarium filled with spookulents?  City Blossoms (62 Trinity Place) is giving…

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10/23/2020 Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos With The American Indian Museum’s Virtual Programming

The Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is about remembering loved ones who have passed on, but it’s also…

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10/21/2020 Watch Wynton Marsalis Play ‘Amazing Grace’ At Federal Hall

With early voting in New York City underway and thousands of New Yorkers having already mailed in thousands of absentee ballots for the presidential election, a…

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10/21/2020 Photographer’s New Book Captures Community Spirit From NYC Rooftops

COVID may have paused Josh Katz’s Explorer-in-Chief creative fellowship at the Downtown Alliance, but that hasn’t stopped the Brooklyn-based photographer from putting his talent toward…

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10/20/2020 Early Voting In New York: What You Need To Know

Early voting is underway in New York State, which means you can finally cast your ballot for president and other local races. Unfortunately, Lower Manhattan…

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