Blog Posts on this date: "January, 2021"
With vaccinations underway and citywide infection rates improving, there’s hope on the horizon. Still, we’ve got a long pandemic winter ahead of us, and keeping…Read More
01/21/2021 Celebrate Valentine’s Day With City Blossoms’ Date Night Kits (And Without Leaving Your Apartment)
Planning for Valentine’s Day is always a stressful business, but this year, the holiday comes with a new set of challenges. Instead of jockeying for…Read More
Now is the winter of our discontent, but it can be made slightly better with a home-cooked meal (or, conversely, a recipe from one of…Read More
01/19/2021 Leslie Koch, President Of The Perelman Center, On ‘How We Come Back As Lower Manhattan And As A City’
Fifteen years ago, former Trust for Governors Island president and chief executive Leslie Koch helped transform a largely empty stretch of land full of military…Read More
Plans for this year’s Inauguration Day ceremony look a little different than those in years past due to safety and social-distancing precautions, but the event…Read More
The next installment in the Downtown Alliance's "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home" series comes Thursday, January 28, when Crown Shy's Executive Chef James Kent…Read More
No judgment for those of you who will want to drop those new year’s resolutions (or whatever other health kicks you've got going on) after…Read More
After a successful run in Williamsburg, buzzy pop-up restaurant The Migrant Kitchen has relocated to Lower Manhattan. The new location at 45 Stone Street (inside…Read More
01/13/2021 The Museum of Jewish Heritage Was Desecrated With A Confederate Flag After The Attack On The Capitol. Here’s What They’re Doing About It.
Two days after an insurrectionist mob breached the Capitol building in D.C. and reportedly went hunting for lawmakers, a Confederate flag was found tied to…Read More