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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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08/26/2020 All Aboard! South Street Seaport Museum To Reopen Historic Ship For Visitors.

Cultural institutions such as the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the 9/11 Museum & Memorial recently announced their preparations for reopenings in Lower Manhattan, and…

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08/26/2019 Take a Ride on New York Harbor's Historic Tugboat

One Sunday evening a few weeks ago I was standing in the middle of New York Harbor with one foot propped up on the ledge…

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03/26/2013 Rosanne Cash: Helping Keep a Great Ship Afloat

Over the last three decades, singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash has recorded a dozen albums and had eleven Number 1 singles. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, she…

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01/29/2013 Revisit a Classic: The Old Man & The Sea

Tonight at 5:30pm, join the South Street Seaport Museum for a screening of a favorite among people of all ages, "The Old Man and the…

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12/17/2012 Capturing New York City in Vivid Color

It appears as if you are looking at a photograph. The image of the Brooklyn Bridge is vividly captured. But if one glimpses only at…

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11/08/2012 South Street Seaport Museum Working To Reopen After Hurricane Sandy

In Susan Henshaw Jones’ words, Hurricane Sandy dealt the South Street Seaport Museum a “body blow.” The entire Seaport area was flooded and many shops,…

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07/02/2012 Compass Pointing Towards Art and Life in the Early 19th Century

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="431" caption=""Sea Serpent Weathervane" - Artist unidentified (New England, c.1850)"] "Laguna Azul" by Alexander A. Maldonado (San Francisco, 1969) I recently popped…

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05/23/2012 A History of Lower Manhattan at the South Street Seaport Museum

I recently traveled down the cobbled streets of Lower Manhattan to visit the newly reopened South Street Seaport Museum. Surrounded by the 19th century brick…

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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

08/26/2020 All Aboard! South Street Seaport Museum To Reopen Historic Ship For Visitors.

Cultural institutions such as the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the 9/11 Museum & Memorial recently announced their preparations for reopenings in Lower Manhattan, and…

Read More

08/26/2019 Take a Ride on New York Harbor's Historic Tugboat

One Sunday evening a few weeks ago I was standing in the middle of New York Harbor with one foot propped up on the ledge…

Read More

03/26/2013 Rosanne Cash: Helping Keep a Great Ship Afloat

Over the last three decades, singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash has recorded a dozen albums and had eleven Number 1 singles. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, she…

Read More

01/29/2013 Revisit a Classic: The Old Man & The Sea

Tonight at 5:30pm, join the South Street Seaport Museum for a screening of a favorite among people of all ages, "The Old Man and the…

Read More

12/17/2012 Capturing New York City in Vivid Color

It appears as if you are looking at a photograph. The image of the Brooklyn Bridge is vividly captured. But if one glimpses only at…

Read More

11/08/2012 South Street Seaport Museum Working To Reopen After Hurricane Sandy

In Susan Henshaw Jones’ words, Hurricane Sandy dealt the South Street Seaport Museum a “body blow.” The entire Seaport area was flooded and many shops,…

Read More

07/02/2012 Compass Pointing Towards Art and Life in the Early 19th Century

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="431" caption=""Sea Serpent Weathervane" - Artist unidentified (New England, c.1850)"] "Laguna Azul" by Alexander A. Maldonado (San Francisco, 1969) I recently popped…

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05/23/2012 A History of Lower Manhattan at the South Street Seaport Museum

I recently traveled down the cobbled streets of Lower Manhattan to visit the newly reopened South Street Seaport Museum. Surrounded by the 19th century brick…

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