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The Downtown Alliance - Summer 2020
06/30/2020

This newsletter covers ways the Downtown Alliance jumped into action to help our neighborhood recover from COVID-19 as well as features its new essential-worker portrait series.

 

The Downtown Alliance - Spring 2020
04/13/2020

Relief for small businesses impacted by coronavirus, Lower Manhattan culture goes digital, and plenty of neighborhood resources in this edition of the Downtown Alliance newsletter. 

The Downtown Alliance - Winter 2019
01/15/2020

The newest dining hot spots, seesaws beaming at the Seaport, a secret 33-foot slide in Teardrop Park, and more in this edition of the Downtown Alliance newsletter. 

Down Is What's Up - Fall 2019
10/13/2019

When playing with your food is perfectly acceptable, a more pedestrian-friendly Bowling Green, and NYC urges action on climate in this edition of the Downtown Alliance newsletter. 

Down Is What's Up - Summer 2019
08/08/2019

Summerlong weekly dining deals, shining a light on 50 years of LGTBQ history, getting up close and personal with Lady Liberty, and more in this edition of the Down Is What's Up newsletter.

Down Is What's Up - Spring 2019
05/28/2019

Lower Manhattan welcomes new ferry routes, Pier 17's summer concert series and Smorgasburg. Plus get to know local biz owner Kelly Fitzpatrick of Blue Park Kitchen.

Lower Manhattan Down Is What's Up Winter 2019
03/06/2019

In this edition of the Down Is What's Up Newsetter, you'll learn about all the fun and exciting goings-on in Lower Manhattan this winter.

Lower Manhattan Down Is What's Up Fall 2018
11/09/2018

In this edition of the Down Is What's Up newsletter, you'll learn about the bountiful harvest of goings-on in Lower Manhattan this fall. 

Lower Manhattan Down Is What's Up Summer 2018
07/01/2018

In this edition of the Down Is What's Up newsletter, you'll learn about how Lower Manhattan is the place for summer fun in New York City. 

Lower Manhattan Down Is What's Up Spring 2018
05/30/2018

Our square-mile neighborhood is home to more than 1,100 shops and restaurants.