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Track the History of the Lower East Side With the Eldridge Street Museum and the Seward Park Library

The Eldridge Street Museum is collaborating with the Seward Park Library for what looks to be an interesting "tour" of the history of the Lower East Side, from each of their perspectives. You can tune in online for "As...

Sophia Chang Hosts Fundraiser For Women of Color Mentorship at Sour Mouse July 28

Lower East Side resident Sophia Chang is a true example of what is known today as a "multi-hyphenate." She is known for managing some of the biggest names in R&B and hip hop like Q-Tip, the rap group A...

Half-Pint Comedy Hour Returns to Arlenes Grocery

The crew at the Half-Pint Comedy Hour is returning to Arlene's Grocery with their monthly variety show on Wednesday, July 20th. The show includes live music, sketches, stand-up, and "a lot more in-between." They promise "to provide a jolt for...
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ICP Hosts “Images on the Street” Panel July 14

The International Center for Photography is hosting some interesting public programs this summer focused around street photography. The panels and screening are additions to their current exhibition, William Klein: YES; Photographs, Paintings, Film, 1946–2013.   On Thursday, July 14th, photographers Vanessa Charlot and Dina Litovsky will...

FABnyc’s “Open Arts” and Free Outdoor Events Continue All Summer

FABnyc is programming more free outdoor events all summer long. Their neighborhood activities in July include: Arts on Avenue B2 – 5pm SaturdaysAvenue B between 8th and 9th Streets East 4th Street Open Street 5 – 7pm ThursdaysEast 4th between Bowery...

21st Annual Egg Rolls, Egg Creams, & Empanadas Street Festival Returns This Sunday

The Museum at Eldridge has announced the return of their beloved block party, "Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas" next Sunday, June 26, from 12p - 4p, on Eldridge Street between Division and Canal Streets. The free street...
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BOURN KIND, The Tiny Kindness Project Premiers at Tribeca With LES Street Art Event

There is an inspiring short documentary that premiered at Tribeca this week and it included a communal street art mural event at 41 Ave. A. "BOURN KIND, The Tiny Kindness Project," created by director Rachel Myers, features the work...

“Was It A Crime?” a New Comedy About Incompetence Comes to NY Theater Festival (Sponsored)

Was It A Crime? is a new comedic play based on an old book about an uninvited party guest who winds up DEAD the next morning.  It's not a "Who Done It?" It's a "Did They Do It?" This play has everything: Hypnosis - a trial...

New Exhibit Celebrates “My Comrade,” a Zine That Transformed the New York Drag Scene

In time for Pride Month, there is a special exhibition at the Howl! Happening gallery on East 1st Street featuring drag artist Linda Simpson's "My Comrade" Magazine. The show, “My Comrade magazine: Happy 35th Gay Anniversary,” features photos and black-and-white...
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Rooftop Films Returns to Lower East Side with Free Screenings at New Design High School

New York City's joyful return to in-person events this summer includes the return of Rooftop Films Summer Series to the rooftop venue at New Design High School. The outdoor festival has grown over the years to include numerous venues...
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Photo: The view of the Lower East Side from Brooklyn at dusk. In the news this past week: --There...
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