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The Jewish High Holy Days are fast approaching, and a few Lincoln Square eateries have you covered where food is concerned. You can get challah (pictured above), cakes & babkas, honey, and even crepe noodles from Breads Bakery (1890 Broadway) for pickup or delivery. Place your Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur order here. Épicerie Boulud (1900 Broadway) offers "A Sweet New Year" Rosh Hashanah Gift Box, which includes honey apple cake, traditional challah, and flourless coconut macaroons. You can order the gift box to be shipped to your home here or get these items individually at the store. Are you looking for optimal ease? Whole Foods Market (10 Columbus Circle) offers meal catering for both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. You can view the options and place your order here. For more dining options in Lincoln Square, check out our Neighborhood Guide hereWe wish all those celebrating a happy, healthy, sweet new year! 

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Explore New Art Exhibits in Lincoln Square

This September, you can view two new art exhibits in Lincoln Square. On September 10, Queer Maximalism x Machine Dazzle opened at the Museum of Arts and Design (2 Columbus Circle). The exhibit showcases the genre-defying artist and DIY designer Matthew Flower, better known as Machine Dazzle. This first solo exhibition ...

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TKTS Lincoln Center Discount Booth Is Open

Once Again

Once again, patrons can buy discounted tickets in Lincoln Square for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and select Lincoln Center performances. We are so happy that our residents and visitors will have easy access to these tickets again and that our neighbors right next door have reopened. Welcome back! On September 6, TDF ...

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Safety & Sanitation in Lincoln Square

The sunny, warm days of summer are almost behind us, and we look forward to welcoming students, patrons of our cultural institutions, tourists, and, of course, residents back to Lincoln Square this fall. This summer was a busy season for our Field Operations teams as foot traffic was up, largely due to the wide array of ...

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Rosetta Bakery had its soft opening this morning!

Pay them a visit at 64th St!


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TODAY: NY Philharmonic Pop-Up Concert at The Shops at Columbus Circle 


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9/17: West Side YMCA Fall Membership Open House from 10:00am - 2:00pm


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9/20: Community Blood Drive at Lincoln Center from 1:00pm - 7:00pm


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9/21: A Provençal Dinner with Château D’Esclans and Boulud Sud New York


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Rosa Mexicano is hiring for a few positions!

Apply for a job there today!


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9/28: Kaufman Music Center & New York Festival of Song co-present Heroes 


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9/30 - 10/16: New York Film Festival Presented by Film at Lincoln Center



Little Amal Walks comes to Lincoln Square on 9/17

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On Saturday, September 17, Little Amal (a giant puppet) will walk up from Columbus Circle at 1:30pm arriving at Lincoln Center Plaza at 1:50pm for a theatrical performance. At 2:50pm, Amal will begin a parade towards the American Museum of Natural History. While there are no planned street closures for this event, please be aware that it may cause travel delays, specifically on Broadway, Columbus Ave, and Central Park West. You can find out more here

New COVID-19 Booster Vaccines Are Available

New vaccines targeting the latest version of the Omicron variant are available at pharmacies and community health centers. The F.D.A. authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech booster for anyone 12 or older who received an initial vaccination or booster shot at least two months ago. Adults 18 or older can get the Moderna vaccine if it has been at least two months since their last vaccination. The C.D.C. recommended the same eligibility guidelines as the F.D.A. To find vaccine locations, click here or here.

Masks No Longer Required on New York Public Transportation

Face masks are no longer required on mass transit in New York. The change applies to city subways and buses, the Long Island Rail Road, and the Metro-North Railroad. While masks are now optional, they are still encouraged. Click here to find out more information from the MTA.

Monkeypox (Orthopoxvirus)

Orthopoxvirus/monkeypox vaccines are available. If you have a new or unexpected rash or sores, contact a health care provider. For information on vaccination appointments, click here.

DOH to Spray Pesticides for Mosquitos on 9/15 - 9/16

Between 8:30pm on Thursday, September 15, and 6:00am on Friday, September 16, the NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene will spray pesticides in all of the Upper West Side to reduce mosquito activity and the risk of West Nile virus. Click here for more information. 

Virtual Rat Academy Training on 9/16

On Friday, September 16, 2022, at 1:00pm, there is a Virtual Rat Academy Training for building superintendents and staff, homeowners and tenants, and managing companies. The zoom event, sponsored by Manhattan Community Board 7, Council Member Gale Brewer, and Assembly Member Daniel O'Donnell, will cover rat prevention methods. You can register for this virtual event here

Global Citizen Festival at Central Park on 9/24

The Global Citizen Festival NYC will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2022, in Central Park on the Great Lawn. The gates at Central Park will open at 2:00 pm, and the show will start at 4:00pm. The event may cause travel delays. Find out more details about the event here.

Single-Block Street Fair on 9/25

On Sunday, September 25, there will be a single-block street fair benefitting the CB7 CERT program, which will cause a street closure on Broadway between 60th and 61st streets from 10:00am - 6:00pm.  

New Provisions to the Concealed Carry Firearm Laws

Effective September 1, 2022, there are added eligibility requirements, including completed firearm training courses for concealed carry applicants. The carrying of concealed weapons is also now restricted in a specified list of “sensitive locations,” including Times Square, bars and restaurants that serve alcohol, and entertainment venues. Licensees are not allowed to bring a concealed weapon into a private establishment unless they have explicit permission from the property owner. For more info from the City of New York, click here, and for info from NYS, click here.