Blog Posts Categorized as"Events"

11/17/2020 Explore History After-Hours At The 9/11 Museum’s ‘Community Evenings’

A New York without crowds, especially during the holiday season, feels pretty alien. But one of the major benefits of NYC museums’ reduced-capacity mandates in…

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11/16/2020 Zoom In And Learn How To Make A Holiday Salmon Roast With Seamore's

The Downtown Alliance's "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home" returns with a holiday special on Thursday, December 17, with Seamore's executive chef Rob Eggleston who…

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11/13/2020 Washington And Hamilton In New York City: The Walking Tour

New York City is home to more than 240 years of rich American history. Few stories are more powerful and moving than that of the…

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11/05/2020 Stream A Week’s Worth Of Free Movies From Indigenous Filmmakers

Like many of the city’s beloved arts institutions, the National Museum of the American Indian remains temporarily closed due to the pandemic. But they’re still…

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11/03/2020 Dig Into Alexander Hamilton’s Jewish (???) Roots At Fraunces Tavern

The details of founding father Alexander Hamilton’s life were recently unspooled in the hit musical “Hamilton,” but a lecture hosted by Fraunces Tavern Museum suggests…

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10/30/2020 Shout The F-Word (Feminism) At The Next Pen Parentis Salon

Depending on the results of next week’s election, you might be hearing a lot of F-words being thrown around. But let’s just focus on one…

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10/30/2020 Learn About China’s Farm-To-Table Culture Without Leaving Your Home

International travel is probably not in the cards anytime soon, so let’s take a trip to China — virtually — and learn about some of…

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10/23/2020 Garden Like A Gravedigger With City Blossoms' DIY 'Terrorarium' Kit

Why settle for a regular terrarium this fall when you can build your own terrorarium filled with spookulents?  City Blossoms (62 Trinity Place) is giving…

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10/23/2020 Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos With The American Indian Museum’s Virtual Programming

The Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is about remembering loved ones who have passed on, but it’s also…

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10/20/2020 Safely Enjoy Spooky Season At Governors Island's Pumpkin Point

Just because trick-or-treating will be a little more solitary this year doesn’t mean you have to let jack-o-lantern season pass you by. To celebrate autumn…

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