Spring has finally sprung! Yesterday marked the first day of spring and it's time to get excited for some color in our Broadway Malls and planters. Next week , our landscaping company, A. Bulfamante Landscaping, will be installing our spring display, which includes planting penny blue and citrus mix violas, narcissus cheerfulness and yellow tulips.  Plus, our  umbrellas are coming back to our two neighborhood parks, Richard Tucker and Dante, in anticipation of sunnier weather ahead.  Thanks so much to all of our  annual supporters

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Group of people admiring art at the Folk Art Museum
Made in New York City: The Business of Folk Art
A new exhibit at the American Folk Art Museum will shed some light on the history of New York City's relationship with the self-taught art genre. Open now through...
crowd gathered at a book talk at Shakespeare _ Co
Book Clubs, Talks, and Launches at Shakespeare & Co.
Shakespeare & Co. (2020 Broadway at 69th Street) offers a number of free community events every month, giving bibliophiles an opportunity to...
Westside Restaurant interior with some customers and workers
Business Spotlight: Westside Restaurant
Lincoln Square is home to many fabulous restaurants and eateries, but there is something especially unique when a neighborhood staple is able to survive and thrive after...
LaGuardia Show Choir performing at Winter_s Eve in 2018
LaGuardia Events Open to the Public
Interested in a night out for theater or music at an affordable price? Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School (100 Amsterdam Avenue at West 65th Street) is showcasing...
children laying together in the grass from the movie Suburban Birds
New Directors/New Films Festival 2019
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, partnering with the Museum of Modern Art, is hosting the New Directors/New Films Festival from Wednesday, March 27 to...
women on stage at the 2018 women in the world summit
Women in the World 10th Anniversary Summit
Join Tina Brown Live Media and inspiring movers and shakers for an annual event full of powerful women and provocative storytelling...
Dr. Ruth head shot
TimesTalk with Dr. Ruth
As part of the long-standing series, TimesTalk, Dr. Ruth Westheimer will take the stage of Kaufman Music Center's Merkin Concert Hall for a special...

UPCOMING EVENTS







COMMUNITY  ALERTS

Congestion Pricing Public Hearing
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer is hosting a public hearing on congestion pricing tonight, Thursday, March 21, at 6:00pm at Cooper Union.  L earn more about the proposal from the experts-and make your voice heard.  To RSVP please contact Paul Goebel at (212) 669-8151 or  pgoebel@manhattanbp.nyc.gov . If  you can't make the hearing please email your testimony to:  info@manhattanbp.nyc.gov  with the phrase "Congestion Testimony".
Community Alert for March 24
There will be a rally on Central Park West on Sunday, March 24 at 1:00pm. A stage will be erected on Central Park West between 60th and 62nd Streets, and Central Park West will be closed to traffic during the rally. We have been informed by the NYPD that the surrounding side streets are also subject to closure at the discretion of the NYPD. For more information about the rally and street closures, contact 311. 
Speaker Johnson's Participatory Budgeting Cycle 8 Expo
Next Thursday, March 28 Council Speaker Corey Johnson will host a Participatory Budgeting Project Expo for District 3. District members can RSVP to the expo here. At the event, you will learn about the projects on the ballot and have the opportunity for early voting. The Expo will take place  at 6:30pm at Hudson Guild, 441 West 26th Street (between 9th and 10th Avenue). 
West Side Town Hall Meeting
Join Assembly Member Rosenthal and Comptroller Stringer for a Town Hall event on Thursday, April 4 at 6:30pm at John Jay College (524 West 59th Street). During this meeting, you can ask questions that need answers, raise problems that need solutions, and meet your neighbors and elected officials. To RSVP or for more information about this event, please contact Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal's district office at (212) 873-6368 or via email at rosenthall@nyassembly.gov

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