If you find yourself shopping around Lincoln Square, you should pop into the new pop up at 2005 Broadway, Anik New York between West 68th and West 69th Streets . A trend-forward boutique carrying women's clothing for casual and formal wear, this location is the second for the company in NYC. The boutique is now selling fall-ready clothing, including denim, jackets, turtlenecks, and more, which can take you into the coming cooler season with urban style. The store sells popular lifestyle clothing brands such as ecru and Minnie Rose. You can check out the store's Instagram for a look at current merchandise. 


Sessions at the Circle
There's still time to enjoy the 3rd annual Sessions at the Circle! I n conjunction with Jazz at Lincoln Center, a cclaimed musicians (styled by select retailers from The Shops at Columbus Circle) showcase their talent on the second floor of The Shops for free, live concerts Tuesday evenings at 5:30pm from Tuesday, September 12 - Tuesday, October 10.  The remaining Sessions at the Circle concerts are as follows... 
Free Events at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts 
The New York Public Library system  offers more than 93,000 programs annually, serving everyone from toddlers to teens to seniors. Specifically in Lincoln Square, with entrances at 40 Lincoln Center Plaza and 111 Amsterdam Avenue, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (NYLPA) has listed a plentiful roster of free events for this fall and winter...
Eileen Fisher's Fall Event Countdown
On the second floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle, Eileen Fisher, a brand known for sustainability and simplicity, is hosting a week of in-store specials gearing up to a great shopping event on Saturday, September 23...
Kiehl's Since 1851: Fall Healthy Skin Event
Through Sunday, September 24, Kiehl's Since 1851 at 154 Columbus Avenue is hosting a special Skin Care event in store to help customers choose healthy skin and keep it in the bag...



DSNY Launches New Appointment Service to Schedule Large Bulk Pickups
The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has launched a program to help more efficiently collect large non-recyclable bulky items such as sofas, mattresses, and large wooden furniture. The new service is designed for items that are larger than four (4) feet by three (3) feet that can be lifted by two workers and fit inside a Sanitation collection truck.

New Yorkers can now arrange for timely bulk pickup appointments online at nyc.gov/bulk or by calling 311.

This service does not apply to items that require special handling, such as air conditioners, refrigerators, TVs, computers, and other electronics. To learn how to properly recycle or dispose of those items, visit  nyc.gov/dsny  or call 311.

Also, metal, glass and rigid plastic items, including bed frames, patio furniture, and filing cabinets, should still be placed out for recycling collection after 4 p.m. the night before your scheduled recycling day.
Of course, before getting rid of these items, if possible, the City encourages residents to donate their items and furniture. To find convenient donation centers and non-profit partners, visit  nyc.gov/donate .  

Click here to view a flyer for the program that contains useful tips on how to utilize these services and avoid fines. 
September is National Preparedness Month
September is National Preparedness Month, and the theme of the week of September 17 - September 23, according to the New York City Department of Emergency Management (NYCEM), is Practice and Build Out Your Plans. 

New Yorkers should be prepared for all types of emergencies. This week, NYC Citizen Corps and NYCEM encourage you to practice your plan and prepare for other hazards that can affect you year round, such as winter weather and extreme heat. Below are some resources and tips:
  • Be prepared for the unexpected. Terrorism can take the form of many different hazards. Know how to be prepared. Visit the PlanNowNYC website for tips and information.
Disasters don't plan ahead, but you can. 


The Lincoln Square BID wishes everyone a happy, healthy, and sweet New Year. 
L'Shanah Tovah!