February 2014

Feb. 3, 2014: Jessica Lappin named Downtown Alliance president; "The Big Picture" with clarinetist David Krakauer at the Museum of Jewish Heritage; Winter Carnival at PS/IS 276

Feb. 5, 2014: Ferries in the storm; Downtown Weather; Charity 'stair run' at 4 World Trade Center

Feb. 7, 2014: FiDi will be construction site for years; Weisbrod named City Planning Commissioner; The story of the Brooklyn Bridge


Feb. 10, 2014: Falling ice from 1 World Trade Center; Sally Davies' lens on the Lower East Side; Restaurant Week dining in lower Manhattan

Feb. 12, 2014: Old Seaport Alliance appoints executive director; New York City is fertile ground for wildlife; Morning commute: falling ice

Feb. 14, 2014: Battery Park City School to get stop sign at dangerous intersection; Experts disagree as to whether falling ice at 1 World Trade Center is due to faulty design or an unusually cold and snowy winter


Feb. 17, 2014: Irish Hunger Memorial still needs repairs; George Washington and Abe Lincoln in lower Manhattan

Feb. 19, 2014: Meade's going out of business; Good food, good vibes and history at The Paris Café; More falling ice

Feb. 21, 2014: NYC Department of Transportation 'inherits' LMCCC; Emily Thompson Flowers


Feb. 24, 2014: South Street Seaport task force still under wraps; Elizabeth Alexander evokes poet Lucille Clifton at Poets House

Feb. 26, 2014: Seaport Working Group announced; FiDi's Blue Planet Grill

Feb. 28, 2014: Seaport Working Group meets; "Out to See" at the South Street Seaport this weekend; Something old, something new at the Cosmopolitan Hotel

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February-March 2014

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March 2014

March 3, 2014: Battery Park wrestles with Sandy, ice and MTA construction; Fireboat John J. Harvey in shipyard

March 5, 2014: NY Rising meetings set priorities for Sandy recovery grants; Community Board 1's Battery Park City Committee airs grievances with the Battery Park City Authority

March 7, 2014: Three years of Broadway construction ahead; Seaport Working Group holds second meeting


March 10, 2014: Howard Hughes Corp. chairman, Ackman, gets grilled by New York Times; Cuomo and Dolan visit Battery Park City

March 12, 2014: Booming birthrate in lower Manhattan spells disaster for public schools; Battery Park City in bloom

March 14, 2014: Downtown Boathouse returns to Pier 26 with free kayaking; Brunch in the South Street Seaport


March 17, 2014: Battery Park City Authority construction for 2014; Irish roots: Bust of John Wolfe Ambrose to return to Battery Park

March 19, 2014: A peek behind the curtain veiling the Seaport Working Group; Macaron Day

March 21, 2014: BPC artist in Antarctica; Battery Park City in Bloom (Helleborus niger)


March 24, 2014: Seaport Talk: Seaport Working Group meets for fourth time plus Seaport charrette; 9/11 Museum to open to the public on May 21

March 26, 2014: Howard Hughes proposes tower for 80 South St.; the Bowling Green bull; 9/11 Museum preview

March 28, 2014: The hazards of going to and from school; Remarkable fish of New York harbor; Seaport Working Group update and letters to the editor on the Seaport


March 31, 2014: Saddam Hussein's Judaica at Museum of Jewish Heritage; Extended tax breaks for lower Manhattan businesses