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An assortment of vinyl records.

New Music Store ‘2 Bridges’ Opens

Simon Greenberg is a self-identified Manhattan native who grew up and went to art school in New York City. All throughout his life he’s been involved in the city’s art world, working in art galleries and album shops. Now he’s opening his own business, which is in a way a hybrid of both. 2 Bridges, […]

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A photo of a subway wall covered in sticky notes.

“Subway Therapy” Has Made Quite the Impact

The walls of the Union Square subway station in Manhattan are usually decorated by ad space—glossy posters of models and sets, products and premieres. What decorates them now is about as far from that as can be. “Subway Therapy” began in the hours immediately following the election results on November 8th. It’s art by the […]

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A photo of a stained glass house beneath a New York bridge.

Art in Odd Places Festival Comes to Manhattan

Art in Odd Places (AiOP) is an organization about putting or performing art in unexpected ways, in unexpected places, with a goal of sneaking art in where it is not technically allowed. It was formed in 1996 in Atlanta by a group of artists who saw a reduction in public spaces and in public rights […]

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Fitness and Fun in Battery Park City

Battery Park City, a vibrant and sustainability-focused neighborhood on Manhattan’s South West corner, is offering a series of summer events for residents to enjoy at no charge.  Events include cultural and public health campaigns that are meant to engage residents and inspire them to live a healthy life.  Battery Park City is managed by Governor […]

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The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)

Cultivators of Culture: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

Since 1973, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has been dedicated to making New York City’s Downtown area a leader in the arts and culture. Through advocacy programs, providing grants, and organizing cultural events and for the community, the LMCC continues to thrive as a force delivering culture to New York City. The nonprofit organization has […]

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