Blog Posts on this date: "December, 2020"

12/15/2020 Open Restaurants Temporarily Halted For First Winter Storm Of The Season

It’s heeeeeeeeeere — the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for New York City beginning the afternoon of Wednesday, December 16 and…

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12/15/2020 If You’ve Gotta Catch ’Em All, Check Out The Reindeer Roundup At Brookfield Place

’Tis the season. You know the one: where Dasher, Dancer, Prancer et al. might be hiding in Brookfield Place! Reindeer Roundup is an augmented reality…

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12/14/2020 Head To Hana Nails For A Safe, Beautiful Manicure

When it comes to self-care, a global pandemic coupled with the dark, slushy creep of winter can make for a brutal combination. While you might…

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12/14/2020 Lower Manhattan’s Guide To Donating And Recycling All Your Old Stuff

The new year is always a choice time to clean out your excess stuff, so you can make some room in your home and donate…

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12/10/2020 Looking To Limit Your Out-Of-State Travel? Book A Staycation Downtown And See What It Has To Offer.

With the pandemic continuing to surge around the country, you might be looking to limit your out-of-state travel. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take…

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12/09/2020 Reminder: Blue Spoon Still Has Those Fresh-Baked $1 Chocolate Chip Cookies

Blue Spoon Coffee Company’s shop at 90 William Street has been operating throughout the COVID crisis, and its sister location at 76 Chambers Street reopened…

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12/08/2020 How To Celebrate The Holidays In Lower Manhattan

Without the usual festive parties, family get-togethers and packed shopping streets, it’s safe to say 2020's holiday season is a little muted. But there are…

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12/08/2020 Get That Bucket At Peaches Low Country Kitchen

If you, like many New Yorkers, are crumbling under anxiety induced by the second wave of the covid-19 pandemic, Peaches Low Country Kitchen would like…

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12/08/2020 Watch ‘The Nutcracker’ At Brookfield’s Winter Garden In Your Finest Bathrobe

If the chilly December air has visions of sugar plums dancing in your head, it might be time to don some appropriate attire (terrycloth robe,…

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12/07/2020 Explore New York’s Publishing History With A Bowne & Co. Talk On The Letterpress

Letterpress printing used to be crucial to Lower Manhattan, thanks to the famous concentration of newspaper offices on Park Row in the 19th century. Newspapers…

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