This Weekend in Lower Manhattan and West Brooklyn: June 15-17th

Summer is here! And by virtue of living in New York, you are endowed with a set of inalienable rights which include: music, drinks, and fun in the sun.   Friday, June 15th Williamsburg Northside Festival 14-17th Over 40 different music events over this...

As 2012 Black History month ends, African Burial Ground Memorial gears up

The African Burial Ground is one of the quiet wonders of New York City, often lacking the same degree of prestige and tourist attention given to other local landmarks such as the Empire State Building and the Status of Liberty. As New York City wraps...

Black Eye Peas Central Park Concert Tonight at 7 pm

  After originally being scheduled earlier this year for July 9th and then cancelled due to inclement weather, the Black Eye Peas Central Park Concert is set to start at 7 pm tonight as a benefit for the Robin Hood Foundation.   With the original Black...

125th Anniversary of Statue of Liberty, Sarkozy and Giuliani speak

  Everyday, tourists line up in Battery Park City in order to purchase Statue of Liberty tickets and board the ferry to Ellis Island. Today,French President, Nicholas Sarkozy will be one of those “tourists” as he joins Mayor Giuliani and celebrates...

Battery Park Guggenheim Exhibit: “To a Great City”

  For residents of Battery Park City, being able to look and analyze good artwork often requires a long train ride to Midtown, Downtown Brooklyn, or the Upper East Side. However, this week is an exception, as the Guggenheim Museum is sponsoring a...

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