Blog Posts on this date: "October, 2020"

10/09/2020 Master Your Mixology Skills With A Crash Course From The Dead Rabbit

Many of us have been playing the role of at-home bartender since the start of the pandemic. And if your definition of “cocktail” has gotten…

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10/08/2020 Zoom In And Learn How To Make Al Pastor Three Ways: Burrito, Plato, Taco

The Downtown Alliance continues to take you inside the kitchens of some of your favorite Lower Manhattan restaurants with "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home,"…

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10/07/2020 Race, Reconstruction, Voting Rights: Join Federal Hall For The Discussion

Wall Street’s Federal Hall is the site where George Washington was inaugurated in 1789, as well as where the first Congress met and the states…

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10/06/2020 Where To Get Your Flu Shot In Lower Manhattan ASAP

We may still be anxiously awaiting the arrival of a safe, vetted COVID-19 vaccine, but in the meantime, there’s an easy thing you can do…

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10/06/2020 New York State Has A New Contact-Tracing App. Here’s Why You Should Download It.

There’s been a slight uptick in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in New York City, and though it’s not time to panic yet, you…

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10/02/2020 Fellow Barber Is Back: Get A Safe Cut And Some Beard Care Tips, Too

There’s no excuse for the quarantine shag anymore: South Street Seaport’s Fellow Barber is back in business. You can book an appointment online, Tuesdays through…

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10/02/2020 For A Healthy Respite, Take Tai Chi Classes At The Esplanade

As the interminable COVID-19 pandemic continues apace and threatens to further disrupt New Yorkers’ lives well into the winter months, it’s easy to slip into…

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10/01/2020 Downtown Connection Bus Has New Look And More COVID Protections

The Downtown Alliance’s free Downtown Connection bus is still operating every day and, starting October 1, the Connection is deploying a new fleet of buses…

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10/01/2020 'Washington's Nemesis' Exhibit Is The Stuff Of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Dreams

The Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street), maintaining its dedication to showcasing the history of the American Colonial era, will soon host a Zoom lecture…

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