Blog Posts Tagged "Governors Island"

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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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08/03/2020 Mask Up, Head Downtown: 11 Things To Do In Lower Manhattan Right Now

With New York City’s phased reopening still underway, now is the perfect time for New Yorkers to head Downtown and explore New York’s most historic…

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07/30/2020 Attention, Artists: Grants And Workspace Opportunities At LMCC

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is offering funding and workspace opportunities to individual creators, artist collectives and creatively-engaged nonprofits.  With the goal of serving, connecting…

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07/10/2020 With Governors Island Opening, New Yorkers Get Another Spot To Stretch Their Legs

Governors Island reopened on July 15. And there’s much to embrace with this hidden-in-plain-sight gem, located just eight minutes south of Manhattan, where locals can…

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10/07/2019 Lower Manhattan's Guide to Halloween: A Haunted 5K, Booze Cruise and More

As children, adults and anyone else who likes fun can attest, Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. And what better way to…

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08/22/2019 African Film, Virtual Galaxies, Cuban Art: September Events

Main photo courtesy: The Vendy Awards By: Kristin Heise September Events in Lower Manhattan are equal parts extended summer pop-ups (let’s bask in Daylight Saving…

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06/19/2019 Seaport Fireworks, Dining Deals & Island Oases this July

Above photo courtesy of Pier 17 Main photo courtesy of Waterfront Alliance By: Kristin Heise Lower Manhattan’s cobblestoned streets are perfect for “anytime” summertime explorations,…

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09/07/2018 Governors Island Is The Place To Be In September

By Caroline De Tino Summer may be over but don't tell Governors Island. They've got a packed calendar for September with performances, film screenings and…

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08/21/2018 Have a Roaring Time at the Jazz Age Lawn Party

By: Caroline De Tino Show off your best Texas Tommy, Charleston and Foxtrot dance moves later this month at "one of the most spectacular things…

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05/01/2018 A Car-Free Summer Oasis in NY Harbor

What's 800 yards away, filled with summer fun and just opened for the season?  Governors Island! The Island promises a car-free oasis just a five…

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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…

Read More

08/03/2020 Mask Up, Head Downtown: 11 Things To Do In Lower Manhattan Right Now

With New York City’s phased reopening still underway, now is the perfect time for New Yorkers to head Downtown and explore New York’s most historic…

Read More

07/30/2020 Attention, Artists: Grants And Workspace Opportunities At LMCC

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is offering funding and workspace opportunities to individual creators, artist collectives and creatively-engaged nonprofits.  With the goal of serving, connecting…

Read More

07/10/2020 With Governors Island Opening, New Yorkers Get Another Spot To Stretch Their Legs

Governors Island reopened on July 15. And there’s much to embrace with this hidden-in-plain-sight gem, located just eight minutes south of Manhattan, where locals can…

Read More

10/07/2019 Lower Manhattan's Guide to Halloween: A Haunted 5K, Booze Cruise and More

As children, adults and anyone else who likes fun can attest, Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. And what better way to…

Read More

08/22/2019 African Film, Virtual Galaxies, Cuban Art: September Events

Main photo courtesy: The Vendy Awards By: Kristin Heise September Events in Lower Manhattan are equal parts extended summer pop-ups (let’s bask in Daylight Saving…

Read More

06/19/2019 Seaport Fireworks, Dining Deals & Island Oases this July

Above photo courtesy of Pier 17 Main photo courtesy of Waterfront Alliance By: Kristin Heise Lower Manhattan’s cobblestoned streets are perfect for “anytime” summertime explorations,…

Read More

09/07/2018 Governors Island Is The Place To Be In September

By Caroline De Tino Summer may be over but don't tell Governors Island. They've got a packed calendar for September with performances, film screenings and…

Read More

08/21/2018 Have a Roaring Time at the Jazz Age Lawn Party

By: Caroline De Tino Show off your best Texas Tommy, Charleston and Foxtrot dance moves later this month at "one of the most spectacular things…

Read More

05/01/2018 A Car-Free Summer Oasis in NY Harbor

What's 800 yards away, filled with summer fun and just opened for the season?  Governors Island! The Island promises a car-free oasis just a five…

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