As we first reported last week, local residents and elected officials will be gathering this morning to protest the city’s handling of the Two Bridges environmental review process.
Are your kids crazy about Legos? If so, you might want to head to Pier 36 this weekend for Lego Live NYC, an extravaganza featuring those enduring building blocks. There will be building contests, demonstrations, themed play zones (Star Wars, Minecraft, etc.) and character appearances. Pier 36/Basketball City will be filled with 4.6 million Lego bricks. The show opens at 3 p.m. today and continues through Sunday. Tickets are not cheap ($30), and the event is expected to sell out. Pier 36 is located at the end of Montgomery Street at South Street. More details here.
You can now play squash in Hamilton Fish Park.
Tomorrow night’s SummerStage performance features longstanding local favorite, NuBlu Orchestra. The group was born out of the core group of musicians associated with the Lower East Side club on Avenue C of the same name.
It’s looking like a nice day on Sunday for this year’s version of the Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas Festival.
Walking into Village East Cinema for the Lower East Side Film Festival I was directed downstairs where a small group of people crowded around a concession stand featuring metal tubs filled with ice and beer – plastic cups of red and white wine sat between them.
If you were on the Bowery last night, near Delancey Street, you witnessed quite a spectacle.
Rooftop Films returns to the Lower East Side in a couple of weeks with the first of several screenings on the rooftop at New Design High School.
The Union Square Tech Training Center is one step closer to becoming reality.
The famed French street artist, JR, is back on the Lower East Side. On Thursday evening, he’ll debut his new full-scale exhibition at Galerie Perrotin, 130 Orchard St.
We all know the area around Clinton Street and Grand Street is a mess. After many months of begging/pleading/cajoling, the city’s Department of Transportation is finally presenting a plan to deal with gridlock in the blocks around the big Essex Crossing development.
The newly expanded Kopitiam is already attracting interest at 151 East Broadway. You remember the traditional Malaysian coffee shop that popped up on Canal Street in 2015.
Starting next month, you will be able to visit a doctor at NYU Langone’s new outpatient medical center at Essex Crossing.
Kings Co. Imperial, a hipster Chinese restaurant from Williamsburg, opened this week alongside the Williamsburg Bridge.