Blog Posts Categorized as"Events"
New York is a city of eight million stories, but what would it look like if it were only 100 people? Artist Mona Chalabi has…Read More
Wall Street’s Federal Hall is the site where George Washington was inaugurated in 1789, as well as where the first Congress met and the states…Read More
The Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street), maintaining its dedication to showcasing the history of the American Colonial era, will soon host a Zoom lecture…Read More
South Cove is one of Lower Manhattan’s lesser trafficked but most picturesque spots. The park looks out over the Hudson River and is surrounded by…Read More
This month marked the first webinar, co-hosted by the Downtown Alliance and LMHQ, to highlight Lower Manhattan’s history and potential future. Kicking off our programming…Read More
COVID may make us feel increasingly helpless, but there’s still plenty we can do to make sure our voices are heard. November’s federal elections are critical…Read More
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…Read More