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May is Lower East Side History Month

Lower East Side History Month kicks off its 8th year of celebrating the diverse history of the LES with events and activities around the neighborhood throughout the month of May. This week's highlights include a "Mamas with Chutzpah Virtual...

ICP Hosts “Eyes Open: 23 Photo Projects for Curious Kids” Author, Susan Meiselas, April 28

The International Center for Photography (ICP) and photo publisher/non-profit foundation, Aperture, will offer an online conversation between photographer Susan Meiselas and ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany on Meiselas’s new Aperture publication, Eyes Open: 23 Photography Projects for Curious...

The Drilling Company Hosts Shakespeare in the Parking Lot Celebration

The Drilling Company's free Shakespeare in the Parking Lot returns with an outdoor celebration of The Bard's 457th Birthday, April 23 and 24, in the parking lot of The Clemente at 107 Suffolk Street. Billed as, "Two Nights of Scenes,...

The NYC Living Installation Returns With In-Person or Online Viewing Options

The Living Installation, aka "NYC wacky weirdo art couple Jadda x Mike," returns with a new show on Saturday, April 24th. The "Artist at Work Extravaganza" is a two-part "wacky marathon performance," with options to join the artists in person...

“Russian Doll” Season Two Now Filming in East Village

Bob Krasner caught actress-writer-director Natasha Lyonne and crew filming a scene for season two of her Netflix hit, Russian Doll, on Avenue A last week.

The Pyramid Club Officially Closes its Doors

Beloved by generations of nightlife fans, The Pyramid Club NYC announced their permanent closure in early April. Known as a drag and punk landmark since the bad old days (1979!), the team cited the closure as a consequence of the pandemic shutdown.

Little Parade Community Pop-Up Comes to 48 Hester Street (Sponsored)

Come try something new this weekend at Little Parade, a neighborhood pop-up event at 48 Hester St. This community market will feature the bold and refreshing flavors of Jackworth Ginger Beer alongside local merchants, makers, and artists. Soak up springtime as...

Illuminate NYC Project Shares COVID-19 Data Through Creative Design

"Illuminate NYC: COVID-19," a creative and informative LED Light Art Installation, developed by the team at the Illuminate Cities Project Collective, is currently on display in the storefront at State Assemblyman Harvey Epstein's office at 107 Ave. B, from 10am - 11pm, through May 17th, 2021.

Dixon Place Announces Return to Live, In-Person Performances Beginning April 21st

Dixon Place will be offering a package of four new Spring 2021 Productions beginning April 21, with limited in-person seating available for three of the shows.

Flying High Over the LES

This photo is by Janis Redlich. Redlich is a painter and photographer who lives in the neighborhood. Send us your Lower East Side photos at: tips@thelodownny.com or tag us on Instagram @lodownny.
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May is Lower East Side History Month

Lower East Side History Month kicks off its 8th year of celebrating the diverse history of the LES with...
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