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Take the Lower East Side Walking Tour from April to December, Saturday & Sunday at 1 & 3 p.m. The tour visits a dozen sites important to immigrants past and present, including synagogues and churches, schools and storefronts. Visitors can discover how different waves of immigrants have transformed the neighborhood landscape. Visitors Center Hours: Monday 11am-5:30pm; Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm; & Saturday & Sunday 10:45am-6pm
The life of the Irish immigrant family and the music they listened to during the 1800s is examined in this nostalgic tour through Manhattan's origi...
The lingo is particular in New York City. We have “foodies,” who differ slightly from “locavores” and often stray from the academic realm of “susta...
Ed Lefkowitz/BAM Monday, December 17 Beagle and Governor Dinner: East Village's the Beagle will team up with Governor, the Dumbo restaurant that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, for a three-course ... More »
Drill, baby, drill. Hydraulic fracturing, known on the streets as "hydrofracking," involves the explosion of rock layers by an extremely pressurized liquid to expose new, deeper natural-gas supplies. It is extremely popular among the Big Energy... More »
History buffs hankering for a glimpse of working-class New York, circa 1900, probably already know Stephen Crane's sordid Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and Betty Smith's aspirational classic, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. But nonreaders (heaven forfend) might prefer to step back in time through the doors of the LOWER EAST SIDE TENEMENT MUSEUM for an equally vivid glimpse of times gone by. Four apartments (ranging from the 1870s to the early 1930s) have been restored to period-correct... More »
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