2-4 Clinton St. Photo by Mike Brown.

Min’s Market at 2 Clinton Street is Closing



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Join The Lo-Down to Talk About the “State of the Performing Arts” at Manny Cantor Center April 28

 

In partnership with the Educational Alliance, The Lo-Down is continuing our series of panel discussions on interesting neighborhood topics at the new Manny …

Photos courtesy: Hester Street Fair.

Hester Street Fair Returns April 26-27



Young's carrot plate. Photo by Kate Lewis.

Plant-Based Cuisine Pops Up; Young’s Restaurant is a Work in Progress

Young’s set up shop at The Old Bowery Station in March; it returns May 1-3.

One night last month, eager diners jostled for space …

400 Grand St.

City Finally Agrees to Give 400 Grand St. Tenants Priority at Essex Crossing



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Retail Churn on the Lower East Side: Checking in On Five Orchard Street Businesses



Ellen Kaye is the driving force behind Moscow 57; she also sings. Photo by Alex M. Smith.

Delancey Street Newcomer Moscow 57 is More Than a Restaurant

Here’s the thing about Moscow 57: It’s always a party, and you are always invited. …

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The Lo-Down’s Print Magazine: April 2014

Ethan Lipton And His Orchestra return to Joe's Pub on Wednesday, April 9th to play "a regular band show."

Arts Watch: What to do in April

Here’s our list of highlighted events happening on the Lower East Side this month. …

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Measles Outbreak Spreads to Lower East Side

Three cases identified in this neighborhood – Department of Health urges vaccinations …

75 Essex St.

Landmarks Debate Concluded, 75 Essex St. Returns to Market For $30 Million



Poster by Becky Howland.

The Real Estate Show Revisited at the James Fuentes Gallery



Renderings of 50-62 Clinton St. by Isaac Stern Architects.

First Glimpse of 7-Story Building Planned on Clinton Street

Renderings of 50-62 Clinton St. by Isaac Stern Architects.

We’re getting our first look this morning at the new residential/commercial building apparently coming to …

The Comfort Diner, a Midtown restaurant, will take over the space at 399 Grand St.

Non-Kosher Diner Chosen for Noah’s Ark Space



Mat Fraser & Julie Atlas Muz in their production of Beauty and the Beast at Abrons Arts Center.

Review: Beauty and the Beast Charms and Entices at Abrons

I went to see Beauty and The Beast yesterday at Abrons Arts Center.  A friend warned me it was “very very very very very …