July 2, 2014: 19th century couture exhibit on Governors Island; July 4, places to go, things to do

July 4, 2014: Traffic pedestrian and street closure information for July 4; Places to go, things to do

July 7, 2014: July 4 aboard Hornblower Infinity; It took a village to find lost dog's owner


July 9, 2014: Comptroller releases data to help City manage legal claims; Alexander Hamilton's death and life remembered

July 11, 2014: World's largest known jellyfish species lives in Hudson River; Rubik's Cube anniversary float-by curtailed by strong winds

July 14, 2014: New Amsterdam Market closes on South Street; Seaport Working Group meets today to discuss community comments


July 16, 2014: New Amsterdam Market board blindsided by LaValva's decision to close the market; Blues concerts in Battery Park City

July 18, 2014: New York City Audubon Society's ecocruise to Jamaica Bay; New Amsterdam Market vendors stunned by closing

July 21, 2014: New York City as art collector and patron; Restaurant Week in Lower Manhattan


July 23, 2014: Where to get farm fresh food in Lower Manhattan; Downtown Little League girls prepare for championship games

July 25, 2014: Hudson River fishing in Lower Manhattan; In the farmers' markets this week

July 28, 2014: Downtown Little League 11's and Juniors win New York State softball championships; 'Draw Up a Chair' design contest in Battery Park


July 30, 2014: Controversial Southbridge Towers offering plan; Keyhole view of a walking tour for Seaport bigwigs; Bettye LaVette sings at River & Blues Festival   

June 2, 2014: Rauam depicts fish market on Schermerhorn Row wall; Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance issues free waterfront guide

June 4, 2014: Seaport Working Group's guidelines released; Reactions to Seaport Working Group's guidelines

June 6, 2014: Old Seaport Alliance fundraising for Peck Slip plaza; Free solar charging stations at 10 locations in Lower Manhattan


June 9, 2014: City Club of New York enters the South Street Seaport fray; North River Historic Ship Festival returns

June 11, 2014: Adaptive reuse preserves some downtown architectural gems; Pick vegetables at Battery Park's urban farm

June 13, 2014: State-funded program teaches how to prepare for a disaster; Battery Park City in bloom: Knock-Out roses; Shoreline experts lead architecture tours of Manhattan


June 16, 2014: South Street Seaport offers lawn chairs, food trucks and free movies; Brewer and Stringer ask Rent Guidelines Board to freeze rents

June 18, 2014: Downtown is awash in food markets; Gateway Plaza Tenants Association honors Ray Kelly

June 20, 2014: Howard Hughes execs try to placate hostile Community Board; Swedish Midsummer Festival in Battery Park City


June 23, 2014: Downtown Alliance brings summer programming to Water Street; Waterfront Museum barge celebrates vaudeville

June 25, 2014: Experts disagree over whether Pier 17 in the South Street Seaport needs an EIS to be legal; Rent Guidelines Board declines to enact rent freeze

June 27, 2014: Helicopter and ferry noise plague Downtown residents; Downtown Boathouse to reopen July 4 on Pier 26


June 30, 2014: South Street Seaport Museum forecast: sun and clouds; Places to celebrate July 4 on land and sea   

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