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Fall Community Planting Day

Hundreds of community volunteers joined New York City Council Member Margaret Chin to plant tulips at Bowling Green Saturday during the third annual...

Thousands Adopt Geraniums in Bowling Green Park

Thousands of Lower Manhattan residents, workers and visitors showed up yesterday in Bowling Green Park to take home a free plant as the Alliance for...

Museum of American Finance to Display 18-Karat-Gold Monopoly Set

What’s solid gold, covered with hundreds of precious gemstones, fun to play with and making its way to Lower Manhattan this week?  The world’s...

Top 10 Things to Learn About Financial Scandals

Financial scandals have been making headlines over the last decade, and now they are on public display in Lower Manhattan.  The Museum of American...

Hive at 55 Getting Bigger and Better with Age

It’s hard to believe, but the Hive at 55 is now 6-months old. Yesterday, we raised a glass and celebrated this anniversary with friends,...

Are you the next Ben Folds or Billy Joel?

If you want to tickle the ivories during your lunch break - or during any daylight hours - here's your chance to kick back and impress your friends....

Music, Dance, and More! It’s River To River 2010

How has the River To River Festival become the largest free summer arts festival in New York City, bringing hundreds of thousands of people to...

Exceptional Service Awards

The century-old vault at 115 Broadway is an exceptional setting for a bar and restaurant.  Built by the Mosler Safe Company, it was floated by barge...

COMMUNITY BOARD #1

PRELIMINARYCOMMUNITY BOARD #1COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDASJANUARY 2010Please note that this is a preliminary list and changes may be made to these...

Count Down Downtown

Looking for the perfect way to celebrate 2010?  Not interested in the crowded bars of MidTown or the crush of Times Square?  Why not take the...