Blog Posts on this date: "February, 2021"

02/11/2021 Indoor Dining At The Beekman Returns With Cocktails, Tasting Menus

The pandemic winter doldrums are unmistakably upon us, but it’s a scientific fact that they can be soothed by a leisurely multi-course meal, or sitting…

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02/11/2021 Crown Shy Readies Indoor Dining Service

Crown Shy (70 Pine Street) has thankfully stayed open during the pandemic, providing takeout and delivery as well as outdoor seating via its 10 sidewalk…

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02/11/2021 It’s Time To Have A Drink At The Dead Rabbit, The World’s Best Bar

It’s been a tough time to be the world’s best bar. Like most places, The Dead Rabbit, a famed and cozy eight-year-old pub in Lower…

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02/10/2021 Four MORE Things You Can Do For Valentine’s Day In Lower Manhattan

In case you haven’t already made plans for your Lower Manhattan Valentine’s Day (here are four very obvious things you can do), more dining rooms…

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02/09/2021 A Guide To Lower Manhattan’s 2021 Light Installations

Winter’s darkness is much less acute in Lower Manhattan, where you can bask in a whole bunch of colorful, intricate, eye-popping light installations this season.…

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02/08/2021 The Pandemic's Toll On Indigenous Communities

Indigenous communities have been disproportionately affected by the spread of Covid, largely due to health disparities stemming from socioeconomic factors and a shortage of federal…

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02/08/2021 What Will New York City’s Future Look Like? Tune Into This Panel To Find Out

New York’s recent past feels like one of turmoil — a public health crisis, an economic crisis and this past summer’s protests over policing and…

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02/08/2021 The New York Conspiracy

The layers of history run deep through Lower Manhattan. This Black History Month we will be looking at those places in our neighborhood that illuminate…

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02/05/2021 ‘It’s Easy To Do This Safely’: LMHQ’s Alexandra Montalbano On Sharing Workspaces In The Age Of Covid

Our sister organization and workspace LMHQ, at 150 Broadway, did some rearranging at their 20th floor space, as soon as they reopened back in the…

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02/03/2021 A First Rebellion

The layers of history run deep through Lower Manhattan. This Black History Month we will be looking at those places in our neighborhood that illuminate…

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