a musician from a band blasts his trumpet during the Lincoln Square BID_s lunchtime concert series
A scene from our Free Lunchtime Concert Series--join us every Wednesday (noon - 2:00pm) through the end of August in Richard Tucker Park. Click here for more details

Photo credit: Filip Wolak


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Special Book Talk at Shakespeare & Co.
Join friends and community members at Shakespeare & Co. in Lincoln Square (2020 Broadway) as the bookstore welcomes Kerry Hannon, author of Never Too Old To Get Rich...
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Disney/Pixar's Coco & La Santa Cecilia
On Thursday, July 25 beginning at 7:00pm, join music lovers and friends in Damrosch Park for a special Lincoln Center Out of Doors event! Named for the patron saint of music...
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Apple Camp 2019
Kids ages 8-12 can explore their creativity through fun, hands-on projects at various Apple Store locations around the City. These free classes, which each take place over three days...
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AAA Summer Food Drive
Local food banks are in need of donations year-round; hunger never takes a vacation. Join AAA this summer and help families in need around the City. Through Friday, August 2...
quilt with a basket like pattern in many colors with each patch of fabric used in the design a unique pattern
For a limited run of four weeks, experience a special kind of folk art made (mostly) by women for more than three centuries: quilts! Opening on Tuesday, August 6, a quilt-centric exhibit at...
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Summer Shopping Sales in Lincoln Square
With summer in full swing, stores all around Lincoln Square are heating up with seasonal sales!
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Customize Your Bags at Innovation Luggage
Customization is a terrific perk to purchasing a nice gift for yourself or others. If you're headed away for any end of summer trips, it's important to have great travel gear. At Innovation...
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360 Wellness: Clean Beauty 
The Shops at Columbus Circle, located at 10 Columbus Circle, is curating an interactive three month wellness series between July and September. Each month will focus on a different...



Housing Rights Town Hall
Recently, new rent regulation reforms were passed in Albany by the NY State Assembly. To learn more about the changes in the law and their impact on MCIs & IAIs, rent control, security deposits, preferential rent, vacancy decontrol and more, join Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal at her Housing Rights Town Hall with  Goddard RiversideHousingConservation Coordinators, and  The Legal Aid Society. The Town Hall will take place on Tuesday, July 30 at  B'nai Jeshurun, 270 West 89th Street (between Broadway and West End Avenue) from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  You can RSVP to Assembly Member Rosenthal's office at either (212) 873-6368 or at rosenthall@nyassembly.gov.
NYC Office of Nightlife Launches Website
NYC Office of Nightlife recently released a brand new website with lots of great resources for all businesses.  Check out helpful links to information and programs about workplace laws, waste removal, ADA compliance, noise, licenses & permits, and more. It's easy to find at nyc.gov/nightlife.
Get M/WBE Certified
The City of New York Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) Program expands opportunities for minority and women entrepreneurs to access government contracts and grow their businesses. When eligible businesses are certified with the City they become more visible to prospective buyers, including City agencies and private contractors seeking to purchase goods and services. Click here to learn more and apply.
Red Line Track Work
1 Train Subway service on the West Side of Manhattan will be affected for six weeks over the weekends as the MTA works to replace tracks and switches at the West 96th Street and Broadway station. The work will continue through the weekend of August 23. This occasionally includes 1 train service suspension. The work will also impact 2 and 3 Train service. Contact 311 for more information or visit the MTA's website. Additionally, B Train service will end early weeknights through August 1. Click here for subway service changes
National Night Out: August 6
Join the  New York Police Department  at more than 70 locations citywide on National Night Out Against Crime on  Tuesday, August 6 Meet leaders and personnel from your local precinct and interact with neighbors, community members, and local businesses with the common goal of partnership and safety. Plus, e njoy games and activities for youth, and get lots of information on ways to work with the NYPD and keep your neighborhood safe. For the 20th Precinct, National Night Out events will take place at Verdi Square, West 72nd St (between Amsterdam Ave & Broadway) from 6:00pm - 8:30pm. Join us there on August 6!