Blog Posts Tagged "Museum of Jewish Heritage"

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09/17/2020 Students, Take Advantage Of These Discounts At Five Lower Manhattan Museums

Back-to-school season is here, even if some students aren’t physically returning to campus. But with learning in the air and a chill in the temps,…

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08/19/2020 The Museum Of Jewish Heritage Is Reopening

The Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place) is scheduled to reopen its doors again on September 13. To keep everyone safe in the COVID…

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04/15/2020 Here’s How You Can Commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day

Even though New Yorkers have to stay apart, we can still all come together (virtually) to honor the memory of lives lost during the Holocaust…

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01/22/2020 NYC Must-See Week: Four Attractions In Lower Manhattan Not To Be Missed

Need an extra push to leave your apartment in the dead of winter? NYC Must-See Week, which offers promotions to awe-inspiring and thought-provoking experiences across…

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11/20/2018 Holiday Happenings in Lower Manhattan

Denise Courter, founder of FiDi Families, gives us a look at some of her favorite holiday events in Lower ManhattanBy: Joseph Ferris The holiday season…

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11/27/2017 Holiday Roundup: Shop, Dine & Celebrate in LM This Season

By: Jessica Ainlay This holiday season in Lower Manhattan you can skate with Olympians, brunch with Santa, attend Latkepalooza, listen to live music almost everywhere,…

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09/10/2013 Remembering 9/11

  [caption id="attachment_13720" align="alignleft" width="348"] Tribute in Light 2012, photograph by B.C. Angell via Flickr[/caption] Twelve years since the Twin Towers fell on 9/11, we’ll…

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06/29/2012 Celebrate Independence Day with Great Lower Manhattan Fourth of July Deals

Get ready to enjoy the fourth with friends and family with an array of activities found only in Lower Manhattan. Enjoy your independence this holiday…

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06/21/2012 Open space in the City

By Kelly Rush Among the cracks in the pavement, beyond terraced rows of glass and rebar, sunshine, speckled more from the patterns of buildings than…

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03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

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09/17/2020 Students, Take Advantage Of These Discounts At Five Lower Manhattan Museums

Back-to-school season is here, even if some students aren’t physically returning to campus. But with learning in the air and a chill in the temps,…

Read More

08/19/2020 The Museum Of Jewish Heritage Is Reopening

The Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place) is scheduled to reopen its doors again on September 13. To keep everyone safe in the COVID…

Read More

04/15/2020 Here’s How You Can Commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day

Even though New Yorkers have to stay apart, we can still all come together (virtually) to honor the memory of lives lost during the Holocaust…

Read More

01/22/2020 NYC Must-See Week: Four Attractions In Lower Manhattan Not To Be Missed

Need an extra push to leave your apartment in the dead of winter? NYC Must-See Week, which offers promotions to awe-inspiring and thought-provoking experiences across…

Read More

11/20/2018 Holiday Happenings in Lower Manhattan

Denise Courter, founder of FiDi Families, gives us a look at some of her favorite holiday events in Lower ManhattanBy: Joseph Ferris The holiday season…

Read More

11/27/2017 Holiday Roundup: Shop, Dine & Celebrate in LM This Season

By: Jessica Ainlay This holiday season in Lower Manhattan you can skate with Olympians, brunch with Santa, attend Latkepalooza, listen to live music almost everywhere,…

Read More

09/10/2013 Remembering 9/11

  [caption id="attachment_13720" align="alignleft" width="348"] Tribute in Light 2012, photograph by B.C. Angell via Flickr[/caption] Twelve years since the Twin Towers fell on 9/11, we’ll…

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06/29/2012 Celebrate Independence Day with Great Lower Manhattan Fourth of July Deals

Get ready to enjoy the fourth with friends and family with an array of activities found only in Lower Manhattan. Enjoy your independence this holiday…

Read More

06/21/2012 Open space in the City

By Kelly Rush Among the cracks in the pavement, beyond terraced rows of glass and rebar, sunshine, speckled more from the patterns of buildings than…

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03/08/2012 Lower Manhattan’s Museum ‘Smile’

By Liz Berger Uptown may have Museum Mile, but Lower Manhattan has a veritable Museum “Smile,” an s-curve of history, art and design institutions wending…

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