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If you read our e-blast last week, you know that waste set out times are changing for businesses and residential buildings on Saturday, April 1. If you would like to hear directly from The NYC Department of Sanitation team about the new rules or provide them with your feedback, you can register for an online information session. Click here to learn more and to register for one of the sessions.

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Bāng Bar is Back in Action

Big news! Bāng Bar is back on the 3rd Floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle (10 Columbus Circle). The to-go restaurant from Momofuku by Chef David Chang reopened at the end of February. Built around Bāng flatbread and meats carved to order off vertical splits, you can get a flatbread filled and rolled, a flatbread filled ...

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New Art is Arriving at AFAM

It's always exciting when new art arrives in Lincoln Square, so get ready for double the excitement because two new exhibitions are opening to the public at the American Folk Art Museum (2 Lincoln Square) on Friday, March 17. Featuring around 40 artworks from the 19th to 21st centuries, What That Quilt Knows About Me ...

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Get a Head Start on Spring Cleaning at Lincoln Square’s Local Dry Cleaners

Spring is right around the corner, and that means spring cleaning is upon us! Start the season off right at one of Lincoln Square’s many locally owned dry cleaners. Whether you’re pulling a seasonal coat out of the closet or donning a bedazzling gown for a spring gala, we all have laundry that needs cleaning, and we all want our most ...

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Celebrate the Future of Cinema

Now that the Academy Awards have come and gone, we know many of you are likely on the lookout for new films to watch. If that's the case, and you like to be ahead of the curve, we recommend you attend the 52nd New Directors/New Films Festival, which celebrates filmmakers who speak to the present and anticipate the future of ...



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Get a $30 cheese board & glass of wine at Bar Boulud during lunch or dinner


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Le French Wine Shop is offering 10% off wine made by women in March


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Enjoy 20% off the Women's History Month collection at the Store at MAD


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Shop the Kiehl's Friends & Family Sale in-store and online for 25% off


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Go Green at The Shops at Columbus Circle for St. Patrick's Day & Spring


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March 20, 6:00pm

First Day of Spring Cocktail Class at Rosa Mexicano


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March 21, 2:00pm

Henry Schneider Young Artists Concert at KMC


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Sign up to participate in DOROT’s Passover Package Delivery on March 26 & 27


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Place your catering order for Passover classics at Whole Foods Market today


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Register for Lincoln Center Moments - a free program for those with dementia



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April 4, 1:00pm - 7:00pm Help save lives by donating blood at Lincoln Center


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Buy your tickets for CAMELOT - now in previews at the Beaumont




A conversation with NYC Transit President Richard Davey

Despite its challenges, New York City has the best public transportation system in America. Our subway and bus networks are the arteries of the City, transporting millions of people every day. Running a system as large and complex as this is an immense challenge, and since last May, the person with this job is Richard Davey, President of New York City Transit. Please join the office of City Council Member Erik Bottcher for an online conversation and Q&A about public transit in New York City with Richard Davey on Wednesday, March 15, at 5:30 PM. Click here to register.

Last Chance to Apply for Manhattan Community Board

Community Boards are the independent and representative voices of their communities. The Boards are pivotal in shaping their communities and work to enhance and preserve the character of the city’s many unique neighborhoods. The 2023 Community Board Application is open until Friday, March 17, at 5:00pm. Submit your application to serve on your Community Board here.

NYC Half Marathon on March 19

On Sunday, March 19, New York Road Runners will hold the 2023 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon. The race will begin next to the Brooklyn Museum at approximately 7:00am and conclude inside Central Park at West 68th Street. While the route itself does not touch our district, there will be no parking regulations and road closures. Starting at 12:01am, there will be no parking on the east side of Central Park West from 59th Street to 67th Street, and from 6:00am to 3:00pm, there will be a full road closure on both sides of Central Park West from 59th Street to 72nd Street. For more information, including road closures and no parking, click here, or visit the NYRR website here.

RFP for Outdoor Holiday Gift Market at Columbus Circle

The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has issued a significant Request for Proposals (RFP) for the installation, operation, and management of an Outdoor Holiday Gift Market at Columbus Circle, Central Park, Manhattan. There will be a recommended remote proposer meeting on Monday, March 20, 2023, at 12:00pm, and if you are considering responding to this RFP, you should make every effort to attend. Click here for the link to the meeting; Meeting ID: 246 162 834 478, Passcode: f4KnhA. All proposals submitted in response to this RFP must be submitted no later than Monday, April 17, 2023, at 2:00pm. To download the RFP, click here. To obtain a hard copy of the RFP or for more information, contact Angel Williams, Senior Project Manager, at (212) 360-3495 or [email protected].

Building "Greening" Workshop

Buildings are the single largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in NYC, and Local Law 97 sets limits on emission levels from buildings over 25,000 sq. ft. starting in 2024. On Tuesday, March 21, from 10:00am - 12:00pm, you can learn what steps your building should take now from the New York City Accelerator and Department of Buildings. RSVP at this link for the Zoom.

Minimum Pay for Food Delivery Service Workers

The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection is proposing to add rules establishing methods for determining the minimum payments that must be made to a food delivery worker by a third-party food delivery service or third-party courier service. DCWP will hold a public hearing on the proposed rule at 11:00am on April 7 by phone and videoconference. For more information, including how to attend the hearing or submit a comment, click here.

File Your Taxes with NYC Free Tax Prep

If you earned $80,000 or less in 2022, file your taxes for FREE with an IRS-certified VITA/TCE volunteer preparer. Learn more here.

Water Bill Amnesty Program Ends April 30

DEP is offering a water bill Amnesty Program available through April 30, 2023. Customers in all tax classes and with any amount of water bill debt are eligible, which means that nearly 1 in 4 customers may be able to benefit. The Amnesty Program will offer customers up to 100% forgiveness of accrued interest if they pay all or part of their outstanding debt and enter into a payment agreement. There is still further support available for low-income water customers. Learn more about this limited one-time Amnesty Program here. 

Take the Central Park Drives Survey

The Central Park Conservancy, in partnership with the NYC Department of Transportation and NYC Parks, is leading a community-informed, multi-year plan of the Park’s Drives to increase safety and mobility for the Park's 42 million annual visitors. Your feedback and ideas will be used to recommend innovative design and policy solutions. Take the survey by clicking here to help improve Central Park’s Drives and make them more equitable to a variety of users.

NYC DOT - NYC Streets Plan

NYC DOT developed the NYC Streets Plan, a five-year transportation plan to improve the safety, accessibility, and quality of the City’s streets for all New Yorkers. The plan involves an in-depth analysis of the current state of New York City’s streets and responds equitably to the uniqueness of the City’s many neighborhoods and local needs. Every year, NYC DOT must publish an annual update on the plan, which highlights new initiatives, reports progress, and updates maps with finished and potential projects. To view the NYC Streets Plan Update 2023 and learn more, click here.