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October 2022

City Breaks Ground on Major Resiliency Project to Combat Climate Change

October 29 marks the 10th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, which pummeled the Northeast corridor and sent an unprecedented 14 feet of storm surge into the low-lying areas near Lower Manhattan's waterfront. A string of resiliency projects have since...

Canstruction: When Playing With Your Food Is Perfectly Acceptable

Canstruction: When Playing With Your Food Is Perfectly Acceptable

The un-canny (get it?) competition is underway yet again: On November 3, Arts Brookfield presents the 30th annual Canstruction competition. For those...

Hall des Lumières Is Hosting a Kids Halloween Party

Hall des Lumières Is Hosting a Kids Halloween Party

Hall des Lumières — home to the new digital art exhibit Gustav Klimt: Gold in Motion — is now throwing a Halloween event for kids. On...

This Year’s Seaport Food Lab Showcases Three of the Internet’s Favorite Chefs

This Year’s Seaport Food Lab Showcases Three of the Internet’s Favorite Chefs

The Seaport’s signature immersive food lab dining experience is coming back on November 2. The fifth season of the Seaport Food Lab will...

Thanks to Everyone for Coming to Last Week’s Lunch Box

Thanks to Everyone for Coming to Last Week’s Lunch Box

We're grateful to all who came out and made last week’s Lunch Box a success — even in the face of uncertain, sometimes admittedly super-damp...

Ask the Expert: Content 101 With Creator Josh Katz

Ask the Expert: Content 101 With Creator Josh Katz

When a platform’s algorithm suddenly changes and you find your posts are generating fewer and fewer “likes,” it can feel catastrophic. To...

A New Ferry Route Is Slated to Open for New Jersey-ites

A New Ferry Route Is Slated to Open for New Jersey-ites

The transportation options just keep on coming, as one more passenger-ferry route will soon begin operations to and fro Lower Manhattan. NY Waterway...

This Walking Tour Examines the Racial Strife of the 1863 Draft Riots

This Walking Tour Examines the Racial Strife of the 1863 Draft Riots

In 1863, the U.S. Army was in need of manpower to fight the Civil War. So a new law was passed, expanding eligibility for the military draft. In New...

Kidville’s Halloween Party Offers a Little Self-Scare

Kidville’s Halloween Party Offers a Little Self-Scare

Kidville is where kids essentially go to get self-care. Here’s a chance to add in some self-scare, too. The national chain of pre-school,...

Now’s Your Chance to Explore Ancient Chinese Caves Without Leaving Town

Now’s Your Chance to Explore Ancient Chinese Caves Without Leaving Town

Spelunk some of the world’s most famous caves all while remaining in the cozy confines of Lower Manhattan. On October 25, the China Institute...