What to do this Weekend New York City- Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn

Friday Spuyten Duyvil- 8 pm- $15 Spuyten Duyvil is an eight-piece Americana ban. Soaring vocals, traditional jug band energy, amped-up lap steel guitar and Chicago-style blues. @Tribeca Performing Arts Center, 199 Chambers St. NYC 10007 Cocktails that...

New York City Family events- Lower Manhattan Christmas 2012

Finally picking itself up from the destruction of Hurricane Sandy and returning to a more normal routine, Lower Manhattan is ready to celebrate Christmas 2012 with a slew of New York City family events. While many Lower Manhattan Christmas events are...

Estimated ConEdison bills burden Lower Manhattan Sandy Victims

As first reported by NY1 television, many Lower Manhattan residents have complained about receiving “higher than average” Con-Edison utility bills that include their time without power from Hurricane Sandy. Con Edison states that the high bills...

South Street Seaport Museum – Folk Art

Folk Art Experience kept at Bay – Literally   The news is finally out – South Street Seaport Museum, a Folk Art museum, strikes again. It can be noted that a few years from today, the museum curator Stacy Hollander put up a distinct...

Amish Market NYC – Owner Adem Arici Denied Bail for Alleged Cuba Dealings

After opening an Amish Market NYC on Cedar Street in 1999 Adem Arici established himself as an entrepreneur in the Financial District. Arici, the former founder and co-owner of Amish Market, was recently charged with violating the Trading with the Enemy Act...

Financial District Condo developments on the rise

Incredible loft spaces, ritzy apartments, sleepy sidewalks, and cobble stone streets: those are all associated with the Financial District (Fidi). But modern, tall, and imposing rectangular structures known in New York City as “condos”? Never....

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