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Announcing The Lo-Down Culture Cast

We're excited to announce the launch of our new podcast, The Lo-Down Culture Cast. The series will feature conversations with people who have been making positive contributions to cultural change in lower Manhattan. We'll be speaking with artists, musicians,...

Stanton Street CSA Offers Extended Deadline to Join For Summer 2023

Our friends at the Stanton Street CSA have extended their sign up deadline for the summer 2023 season offering community supported agriculture from Windflower Farm. The new deadline for regular pricing is May 7th. You can join now and...

Superfine Art Fair NYC is Happening Now Through Sunday at 202 Broome Street (Sponsored)

Our Biggest Superfine NYC Fair to Date! The multimillion dollar development known as The Market Line at 202 Broome Street in New York’s Lower East Side will be home to the #1 artist driven art fair in the US from September 15th-18th. Superfine...
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Lower East Side Links

Photo: Sunset on Grand Street, May 10, 2022. In the news this week: --Artists Kit-Yin Snyder and Richard Haas won a temporary restraining order in their lawsuit to prevent the city from removing several artworks from the Manhattan Detention Complex...

Lower East Side Links

Here's a look at some of the the items that caught our eye this week: --On Friday evening, local State Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou joined other progressive elected officials in rescinding support for Scott Stringer, whose mayoral campaign has been rocked...

This Month CB3 Revisits East River Park Plans, Public Hotel Liquor Permits

On Thursday, April 15 the parks and waterfront committee will be briefed on the latest plans for Pier 42, where a park and recreational area will be taking shape in the months ahead.
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Smorgasburg/Brooklyn Flea Team Bring “Hester Flea” to Lower East Side

The team behind Smorgasburg and the Brooklyn Flea will soon debut a new venture, Hester Flea, on the Lower East Side, in the space previously programmed by the Hester Street Fair. A couple of weeks ago, it became known that...

Cops Investigate Attack on 66-Year-Old Asian Man as a Hate Crime

Since this morning, Detectives @NYPDHateCrimes have been investigating the following: On March 20, 2021 at 8:55 AM, at 196 Allen St, a 66-year-old Asian male was approached by a male who yelled at him and then struck him in...

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.
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Jing Fong Announces Permanent Closure of Banquet Hall at 20 Elizabeth St.

It's probably the toughest blow for Chinatown business since the start of the pandemic. Jing Fong, the neighborhood's largest restaurant by far, announced the closure of its dining room at 20 Elizabeth St. The restaurant will keep its second floor kitchen going "until further notice" to support delivery, takeout and dining on its outdoor balcony.
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