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Old Jewish Men Pop-Up Shop Comes to Orchard Street

Instagram darlings, Old Jewish Men of New York (OJM), are hosting a pop-up event on Tuesday, July 27th at...
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Vision Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Lower East Side based experimental Free Jazz and arts festival, Vision Festival, is celebrating 25 years of "a collective artistic vision" with VISION 25, “Breaking Free  Coming Home." Their upcoming festival kicks off on July 22 at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn and on July 24 at at La Plaza at the Clemente (114 Norfolk St. Parking Lot). The...

Peace and Tranquility at Albert’s Garden

Be sure to visit Albert's Garden on Instagram. There are some beautiful photos of this beautiful community garden located at 16-18 E. 2nd Street,...

Market Line Resumes Full Operations July 22

The Market Line, the shopping pavilion below the Essex Market, will be officially reopening this coming week with a "welcome back" celebration scheduled...

Apartment of the Week, Sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens

Modern Studio Loft Meets Outdoor Living Designed with a focus on clean lines, modern aesthetics and indoor/outdoor living this wonderful loft-like studio is now available...

M’Finda Kalunga Garden Hosts Annual Lady Bug Release, Asks For Help Clearing Branches

Community garden and home of the Stanton Street CSA, M'Finda Kalunga, will host its annual Lady Bug Release, a free event for parents and...

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The Lo-Down Magazine: October 2015

Our October 2015 print magazine is now available. You can pick up a copy at locations throughout the neighborhood or read the electronic edition right here. Just click through for the online version. http://issuu.com/thelodown/docs/oct-2015_lo-down_digital?e=14187126/30600286
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