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Presidential Power And Transition: Join Federal Hall For The Discussion

Wall Street’s Federal Hall is the site where George Washington was inaugurated in 1789, as well as where the first Congress met and the states...

If You’ve Gotta Catch ’Em All, Check Out The Reindeer Roundup At Brookfield Place

’Tis the season. You know the one: where Dasher, Dancer, Prancer et al. might be hiding in Brookfield Place!Reindeer Roundup is an augmented...

Watch ‘The Nutcracker’ At Brookfield’s Winter Garden In Your Finest Bathrobe

If the chilly December air has visions of sugar plums dancing in your head, it might be time to don some appropriate attire (terrycloth robe, fuzzy...

Explore New York’s Publishing History With A Bowne & Co. Talk On The Letterpress

Letterpress printing used to be crucial to Lower Manhattan, thanks to the famous concentration of newspaper offices on Park Row in the 19th century....

Brush Up On Mandarin With A Free Lunch-And-Learn From The China Institute

If you’d like to be the kind of person who comes out of quarantine casually telling friends, “Oh, me? I used the pandemic to learn Mandarin,”...

Take A Break From Your Present Earthly Concerns With ‘Our Lunar Future’

If you’d like to temporarily escape Our Current Situation here on Earth, perhaps it would help to turn your eyes to the stars. NASA is gearing up...

Explore History After-Hours At The 9/11 Museum’s ‘Community Evenings’

A New York without crowds, especially during the holiday season, feels pretty alien. But one of the major benefits of NYC museums’ reduced-capacity...

Zoom In And Learn How To Make A Holiday Salmon Roast With Seamore’s

The Downtown Alliance's "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home" returns with a holiday special on Thursday, December 17, with Seamore's executive...

Washington And Hamilton In New York City: The Walking Tour

New York City is home to more than 240 years of rich American history. Few stories are more powerful and moving than that of the partnership between...

Stream A Week’s Worth Of Free Movies From Indigenous Filmmakers

Like many of the city’s beloved arts institutions, the National Museum of the American Indian remains temporarily closed due to the pandemic.But...