|What's Happening at Time Warner Center
The Shops at Columbus Circle
for winning the coveted Five-Star Diamond Award from The American Academy of Hospitality Services! This award represents the highest form of achievement and quality in the hospitality industry worldwide and is well-deserved by The Shops for its dedication to providing top-notch dining, shopping, and entertainment experiences. In fact, The Shops at Columbus Circle is the first shopping center destination to ever receive this award.
In the spirit of excellent hospitality services and experience, below are some new and exciting happenings at 10 Columbus Circle:
Porter House Bar and Grill
is having a
Beefsteak and Brews Event
on Thursday, October 27 beginning at 6:30pm. This one-of-a kind dining event will satisfy your palate, offering a menu complementing the savory flavors of exquisite cuts of beef with full-bodied craft beers. The evening begins with a cocktail hour featuring an open bar, passed canapés, and a live jazz music performance after which guests will take their seats for delicious beef and beer menu options. To purchase tickets for the event, at $125 each,
. Porter House Bar and Grill is located on the Fourth Floor of Time Warner Center and for more information you can call the restaurant at 212.823.6300.
Newly opened in a kiosk on the Ground Floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle,
Monica Rich Kosann
is an elegant jeweler that offers unique and re-imagined designs for lockets and charm oriented styles. At this new shop, you will find 18-karat gold and sterling silver lockets, charm necklaces, precious and semi-precious stone earrings, and other fine jewelry.
, also on the Ground Floor, is offering a special discount through a partnership with
New Eyes for the Needy
. From Friday, October 14 through Tuesday, November 15, customers can receive $50 off of their purchase by donating their used frames in-store. Morgenthal Frederics offers handcrafted frame designs made with high quality materials in a range of modern and fashionable styles.
Return of the Empire - The New Empire Rooftop is Now Open
Just in time to take advantage of the crisp fall air,
, the folks who created the iconic Campbell Apartment, have taken over one of New York City's legendary spaces and a neighborhood hotspot in Lincoln Square:
The Empire Rooftop
. Stop by, have a cocktail, and take in a beautiful work in progress.
The Empire Rooftop boasts 8,000 square feet of interior and exterior space. Complete with East and West Terraces, the lounge has two bars, a working fireplace, and a retractable roof on the West Terrace. The space can hold over 300 guests and is
perfect for your next party or event, or just a night out on the town.
The Empire Rooftop is located on the top floor of
The Empire Hotel
on 63rd Street between Broadway and Columbus. Learn more about the rooftop and enjoy some extravagant photos of Lincoln Square from a dozen stories up at
|LC Kids Presents: LC Trick-or-Treat 2016
Happy Halloween Lincoln Square! If you're looking for a creative way to celebrate this spooky holiday, look no further!
On Lincoln Center's campus,
LC Kids presents
LC Trick-or-Treat 2016
free for every little ghost and goblin. On Saturday, October 29 from
11:00am - 1:00pm
there will be costumes, trick-or-treating, and live performances for the whole family to celebrate Halloween.
In addition to candy, a musical costume parade, and crafts, you can compete in a costume contest, embark on a scavenger "haunt," channel Ziggy Stardust at a David Bowie dance party, and enjoy a monster-themed reading by author/illustrator Peter Brown as part of LC Kids' celebration. Events take place across the plazas of Lincoln Center and at the
David Rubenstein Atrium
eck the whole family out in your best costume garb and creep over to Lincoln Center for some great tricks and treats.
Once you finish scaring up a good time at Lincoln Center, h
ead to IT'SUGAR located at 1870 Broadway and stock up on your own Halloween goodies to handout to other trick-or-treaters on Monday, October 31.
|Countdown to Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square
Winter's Eve is just 39 days away!
Get ready to join us at 5:30pm on
Monday, November 28
at Dante Park, Broadway & 63rd Street, for t
he Upper West Side's Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony,
televised live on WABC-TV, which kicks off this favorite holiday celebration! This year, Winter's Eve, presented by Time Warner Inc., will feature
American funk and soul singer Sharon Jones as headliner for the tree ceremony.
Of course, after the tree is lit, the festivities continue all evening, from
Time Warner Center
, where families can enjoy
Jazz at Lincoln Center
, a performance by Jack Frost, kids' activities, and more, up to 68th Street, with entertainment throughout the neighborhood. And f
oodies should be excited too, as you'll get the chance to eat your way through Lincoln Square, enjoying delicious samples at nominal cost from
over 30 top local kitchens at the outdoor food tastings, presented by Glenwood.
Along Broadway, attendees can experience over
20 free live music and dance performances, including the Loston Harris Trio, Ikebe Shakedown, Alicia Svigals, Steve Bernstein's Universal Melody Brass Dance Party! and DJ D-Nice at the TD Bank Dance Tent, Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could at Kids' Central inside Raymor & Flanigan, multicultural dance, WNET's popular characters, street theater, marching bands, and more holiday cheer.
Visit winterseve.nyc for up-to-date listings of performances, entertainment, and activities for the evening. The official Winter's Eve website will also list all participating restaurants and each corresponding menu for the popular food tasting portion of this great event.
See you at Winter's Eve!
|"Securing the Shadow" and "the epitaph project" at the American Folk Art Museum
Both meditating on loss and posthumous expressions, two new and engaging exhibits are now on view at the
American Folk Art Museum
through Sunday, February 26.
Securing the Shadow: Posthumous Portraiture in America
" is a contemplation of American self-taught portraiture through the lens of memory and loss. The exhibition examines ways in which American culture has understood death and remembrance from the colonial period through the 19th century. More than 120 works of art, including gravestone photos and monuments, painted portraits, death casts, and postmortem daguerreotypes will be on view
Also on view is "
the epitaph project
" which began in 1995 on a burial plot in Hollywood Forever, a historic cemetery in Los Angeles. The ongoing project comprises a traditional tombstone carved from slate, finished as a chalkboard, and accompanied by a bronze chalk box for the use of visitors. It exists in other iterations including cemeteries, exhibitions, parks, and publications.
The American Folk Art Museum is located at 2 Lincoln Square, on Columbus Avenue between 65th and 66th Streets. Admission is free. See all of the museum's upcoming events at
|NYPD Crime Prevention Division: CCTV Systems
According to the New York City Police Department (NYPD) one of the best ways you can assist the NYPD is to install a camera surveillance system for your business or residence. Having access to footage from these cameras can help prevent crime and fight terrorism. Systems are surprisingly affordable and easily self-installed.
For more information, contact the NYPD Crime Prevention Division at 212.614.6741. And visit
for more crime prevention tips from the NYPD's Community Affairs Bureau.