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Recent Burglaries in Lincoln Square
While crime has been trending downward in the 20th Precinct for over two months, there has been a citywide trend of increased burglaries. This includes here in Lincoln Square...
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The Smith at Home
Lincoln Square staple, The Smith, has just crafted a system of new delivery services to stay connected to hungry patrons called The Smith at Home. This program will bring the eatery's...
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Memorial Day Shopping Online
Though Memorial Day weekend will be very different for New Yorkers as we continue social distancing and staying at home, it remains a great time to score with big sales and savings...
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Lights, Camera, Theater!
Broadway lovers-here's a fun way to get your fix! Enjoy wonderful stage productions from the comfort of your own home with Lincoln Center Theater's online program...
Keep Kids Engaged with Virtual Programming
If you're a parent or guardian quarantined at home with kids, you may be running out of activities that help everyone stay active, intellectually stimulated, and creatively engaged...
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Stay Connected to Folk Art
There's more to miss from the American Folk Art Museum (AFAM) than the great exhibitions offered free of charge. Thankfully, some upcoming virtual programming at Folk Art offers us a connection to the museum and some of the its well-known activities--including good music and even virtual puzzles! 



NYC Council Passes Bill Suspending Personal Liability Provisions in Commercial Leases
The New York City Council has passed a bill temporarily prohibiting enforcement of personal liability provisions in commercial leases involving certain COVID-19 affected tenants. Click here to read an alert from Meister Seelig & Fein LLP about the bill.
NY Forward Business Re-opening Lookup Tool
The Governor's Office has updated its NY Forward website to allow businesses to look up their eligibility to re-open and what standards they have to comply with in order to be open.  Click here for the NY Forward Business Re-opening Lookup Tool .
Virtual Town Hall - May 26, 2020
New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer,  Congressmember Jerry Nadler,  State Senator Brian A. Benjamin, and  Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal are holding a Virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, May 26 at 7:00pm. At this meeting, you can learn about how these officials are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as what resources are available. The meeting will be held via Zoom/Facebook Live. Click here to register for the meeting link.  
NYC: Alternate Side Parking Has Resumed
After ongoing suspension due to COVID-19, New York City will resume alternate side parking rules for one week from Monday, May 18 to Sunday, May 24 according to the Mayor's Office.  The parking rules will again be suspended for the following two weeks from Monday, May 25 through Sunday, June 7 during which the NYC Department of Sanitation will reassess cleanliness.  Click here for a COVID-19 Alternate Side Parking and Street Cleaning brief from 311 .
Get Your Absentee Ballot
To prevent the community spread of COVID-19, all voters with a primary election on June 23, 2020 will be eligible to vote in the election by absentee ballot. If you are a registered voter, the Board of Elections will mail you an application to request your ballot, or you can request one online today at  
Notify NYC: Free Face Coverings
New Yorkers can get a free face covering at NYC Parks.To find the closest distribution location, date, and time, visit