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Watch Where You’re Walking! Don’t Miss Lower Manhattan’s Famous Sidewalk Clock

What time is it? Time to look down into the sidewalk and into a unique piece of Lower Manhattan’s history. Visitors to the corner of Broadway...

Time To Visit Stone Street, Lower Manhattan’s Original Open Street

Long before the Covid era’s outdoor dining, there was Stone Street. The curved, cobblestoned alleyway lined with restaurants and shops looks...

Immerse Yourself In The World Of Bill Cunningham’s Photography At A New Exhibit

Bill Cunningham, the late New York Times street fashion photographer, was famous for his modesty and simple life. He biked to work, ate cheap meals...

Lower Manhattan’s Lamp Posts Are About To Get Real Fancy

This fall, the public-artspace nonprofit ArtBridge is turning 65 lamp posts in Lower Manhattan into temporary art installations with an exhibition...

A New Art Gallery Is Set To Open At 106 South Street

An incoming gallery will spotlight Latinx artists in The Seaport next month, helping to support an underrepresented segment of the art world. The...

Close Out Summer With A Powerful Dance Series On Governors Island

The air is cooling off, the sun is setting earlier, school supplies are getting snatched up at Target — summer is for sure starting to wind down....

See What 30 Artists Were Up To During Quarantine At The Seaport’s New Art Walk

It’s perfectly fine if you spent last year just surviving and not working on any huge projects. Some artists, however, couldn’t help themselves,...

See ‘King Lear’ — With A Happy Twist — For Free At The Battery

Forget London. Everyone knows Shakespeare really wrote all his plays to be performed outside in New York City in the summer. The city is always rife...

Things Are Looking Up! The Skyscraper Museum Is Back With Free Admission

They say only tourists look up in the city, but you’re missing a lot if you don’t take in the truly awesome scope of the skyline for yourself...

‘Planning, Communication and Collaboration’: How The American Indian Museum Reopened In Lower Manhattan

On June 23, the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (1 Bowling Green) officially reopened its doors, a milestone after the Covid...