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Sour Mouse Hosts “Dream In Color” Art Opening

There's a fun art opening at Sour Mouse tonight: "Dream in Color" features a collection of artwork by two locally-based street-artists Stephanie Grajales and AJ Lavilla. Their work can be found around the streets of the Lower East Side....

Five Reasons to Visit Sour Mouse (Sponsored)

Nestled in the heart of Downtown Manhattan is Sour Mouse. A vibrant bar and game hall located just across the street from Essex Market. Drawing inspiration from the unique character of the Lower East Side, Sour Mouse transports you...

Penny Arcade to Host Virtual Fundraiser for Abrons Arts Food Pantry

Downtown diva and performance artist Penny Arcade will host a virtual fundraiser, Arts For Living: Artists Feed the L.E.S., at Abrons Arts Center, to benefit Henry Street Settlement's Food Access Initiative, on March 26 at 7:00pm.  Penny Arcade will...

Movie Theaters Reopen at 25% Capacity, Soon to be 33%

Many downtown movie theaters reopened at 25% occupancy this past Friday, and are heading towards being able to operate at 33% capacity, as of April 2, 2021. Indoor capacity will be set at 100-150 attendees.

Dixon Place Continues “Black Artists’ Matter” Variety Night

Dixon Place continues its series, Black Artists' Matter, on February 25th at 7:30pm. The evening is a curated online variety show, celebrating the work of Black Artists from across the country, produced and curated by actor-writer Arif Silverman. The upcoming Volume IV...

Lower East Side Film Festival Hosts Romance at the Movies Trivia Night

Our friends at the Lower East Side Film Festival are celebrating Valentine's Day early with "Romance at the Movies" Trivia Night on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, (online) at 8:00pm. They promise to challenge your knowledge of "the most lovey-dovey, heart-break-y,...

Snow Days on the LES

The snow continues to fall in NYC after our biggest storm since the record setting blizzard of 2016. This weekend's snow is wetter and should only be 4-8 inches, but it's enough to keep the Lower East Side blanketed (and slushy). Here's a round up of some great shots from our readers and Instagram followers.

Order Flowers For Valentine’s Day From Julia Testa (Sponsored)

Julia Testa has specialized in events and flower delivery since day one. Serving Manhattan, Brooklyn and parts of Queens. They create some of the best flower arrangements and floral designs in New York City and provide same-day delivery for orders that are placed online...

ICP Presents New Exhibit, “But Still, It Turns”

The International Center for Photography (ICP) is celebrating their one year anniversary in their new home on Essex Street with a new exhibition of "post-documentary" style photos from around the world.

Abrons Teams Up With Chinatown Arts Groups to Offer Special Lunar New Year Photo Calendar

Abrons Arts Center, Wing on Wo’s the W.O.W. Project, and Welcome to Chinatown come together to celebrate the Year of the Metal Ox with the launch of the first edition of From Chinatown, With Love, a Lunar New Year calendar.
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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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