Blog Posts Categorized as "LMHQ"

03/31/2020 Keep Calm And Learn On With LMHQ's Virtual Programming

While the doors of LMHQ remain closed to minimize the spread of COVID-19, our sister organization is committed to providing the NYC community with high-quality…

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03/23/2020 Staying Connected, Even Apart

The Downtown Alliance opened LMHQ — Lower Manhattan Headquarters — in 2015 as the central meeting place for the dynamic Lower Manhattan community to come…

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03/19/2020 Explore A New Downtown Contemporary Art Exhibit From Your Home

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the cutting-edge Seaport District art gallery Anderson Contemporary postponed its new exhibition "A Moment in Time." While responsible and…

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03/13/2020 You’re Never Going To Make A Robot Halloween Costume: Recycle Your Old Electronics On March 29

You have no right to complain about a lack of storage space if you've got three old computers, a random printer and a cluster of…

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03/04/2020 Learn About The Proto-Feminism Of The Haudenosaunee At The National Museum Of The American Indian

UPDATE, March 9: The Haudenosaunee events have been canceled, unfortunately. We will keep you posted if and when the events get rescheduled. As part of Women’s…

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03/03/2020 Seaport Summer Concert Series Lineup Includes Kesha, Deftones And Calexico — Get Your Tickets

The annual Pier 17 Summer Concert Series is right around the corner, so check out the lineup and snatch your tickets before they’re gone!  …

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02/28/2020 March Warms Up With Hot Sauceology, Exhibit Launches

Spring into action with any number of events taking place below Chambers Street in March.    New York Stories: Danny Meyer (March 5) Acclaimed restaurateur…

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02/26/2020 Where To Celebrate Purim In Lower Manhattan

Five handy Downtown happenings in which you and your family can have a few drinks and drown out Haman's name. 1. The Carnival And Shpiel…

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02/14/2020 Help Bowling Green Park Leap Into Spring

Want to help beautify Lower Manhattan and make an environmental contribution at the same time? We're hosting a volunteer event to check off both boxes.…

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02/13/2020 'Fretting Is Necessary' — Five Questions With 'Person Place Thing' Host Randy Cohen

Randy Cohen — a writer whose career has ranged from seven years in the “Late Night with David Letterman” writers room to launching "The Ethicist"…

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