33 days until the 20th Annual Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square! Check out the article below and visit www.winterseve.nyc for more details about this exciting celebration and RSVP on Facebook today. 

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Plan Your Evening of Entertainment for Winter's Eve 2019
On Monday, December 2, 2019, the Lincoln Square BID will present the 20th Annual Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square, transforming the Upper West Side into a small town for...
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Thankful for Lincoln Square's Thanksgiving Menus
Thanksgiving is around the corner, falling on Thursday, November 28 this year. Now that the holiday is a month away, many of Lincoln Square's restaurants have released their...
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New Plaza Cinema Weekend Screenings 10/30-11/3
Looking for a good movie night? New Plaza Cinema has announced a selection of films to screen between Wednesday, October 30 and Sunday, November 3. The films will be...
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Irving Farm is Coming to Lincoln Square
At the northern end of our district, news of a City coffee staple opening up next year has the neighborhood excited. On the ground floor of Dorchester Towers, between 68th and...
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Paul Taylor: Celebrate the Dancemaker
Paul Taylor American Modern Dance (PTAMD) is now performing at the  David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center through Sunday, November 17. The show, titled...
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NYPD 20th Precinct Report
There have been some press reports recently regarding an uptick in crime on the Upper West Side. While the most recent incidents occurred just outside the district, Lincoln Square...
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Nordstrom is Now Open Just South of Lincoln Square
Just south of Columbus Circle on Broadway and 57th Street, Nordstrom's much anticipated flagship New York City store is open, right on schedule. Positioned a t the base of...



Winter Schedule Begins for NYC Department of Sanitation
The New York City Department of Sanitation began its annual winter schedule operations Monday, October 28, 2019. Known as "Night Plow" the winter schedule enables the Department to have pre-scheduled staff on hand to respond promptly and effectively to snow and ice conditions around the clock. When it is not snowing, these Sanitation Workers are generally assigned to collection duties, and residents may notice their trash and recycling collected at a slightly different time during the season. This schedule shift lasts through mid-April. For further information on Sanitation services, call 311 or visit DSNY's website at www.nyc.gov/sanitation.
NYC Marathon 2019
This year the New York City Marathon will take place on Sunday, November 3 and leading up to the five borough-wide event, which begins in Staten Island and ends in Central Park on the Upper West Side, there are a number of closures, advisories, and changes of which local New Yorkers should be aware. Click here to view the official Marathon notice from TCS/NYRR. Visit the Marathon's website for more details.
Small Business Saturday: 11/30
Get ready to celebrate the small businesses that make our communities unique--Small Business Saturday returns on Saturday, November 30.  From family-run corner stores to boutiques and salons, small businesses are an important part of the day-to-day of this bustling city. Small Business Saturday is a great way to connect with your local small businesses and enjoy special deals. Learn more at  ShopSmall.com  and post about your experiences using #ShopSmall and #SmallBizSat on social media.
Census 2020
Census 2020 is just around the corner! Prepare yourself and learn about the process by visiting the City's Census website. Or, find out how to get involved with your Neighborhood Organizing Census Committee (NOCC) and help them canvass, phonebank, and text with your community to ensure that everyone is counted.


Early morning Sunday, November 3 is daylight savings!  Don't forget to set your clocks back before bed on Saturday night.