Blog Posts Categorized as"My LM"

01/22/2021 How Lower Manhattan Small Business Owners Can Stock Up On Free Masks To Keep Staff Safe

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…

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01/19/2021 PSA: Overnight Access To The Oculus Is Limited

With overnight subway service still suspended amid the covid pandemic, these days, foot traffic at The Oculus is a bit lighter in the wee hours.…

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01/19/2021 Federal Hall Has The Bible That George Washington Used To Take The Oath Of Office

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…

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01/13/2021 Help Feed — And Employ — New Yorkers At The Migrant Kitchen’s New Home

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…

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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…

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01/12/2021 The Covid-19 Vaccine: How New Yorkers Find Out If They’re Eligible

Thrilling though it is to have multiple Covid-19 vaccines approved and being administered to New Yorkers, if you find yourself confused by the rollout plans…

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01/12/2021 How To Get A Covid Vaccine In Lower Manhattan

More New Yorkers are now able to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Grocery workers, first responders, school and child-care workers, public transit employees, people in homeless…

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01/12/2021 Battery Park City Library Is Back With Grab-And-Go Service

Your reading options just expanded in Lower Manhattan: The New York Public Library’s Battery Park City branch (175 North End Avenue) has reopened for “grab-and-go”…

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01/04/2021 Paycheck Protection Program Funds Are Coming. Here’s How To Prepare For Your Application.

UPDATE, Monday, January 11: Paycheck Protection Program funds will be available for select lenders and borrowers beginning today. Contact your lender to see when your business…

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12/14/2020 Lower Manhattan’s Guide To Donating And Recycling All Your Old Stuff

The new year is always a choice time to clean out your excess stuff, so you can make some room in your home and donate…

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