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    Things You Didn’t Know About Washington Square Park

    February 04

    A tried and true landmark of New York, this park was first constructed as military parade grounds in 1826 and has since become an iconic feature of our neighborhood representing freedom, human rights, and historical significance.

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    Discover the New York City Fire Museum

    January 07

    New York has a long, unique history and the brave firefighters of our city share in a large piece of our fascinating origins.

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    A Holiday in the Stars

    December 03

    With the glittering lights, shiny colors, and glamour of the holiday season surrounding such a fast-paced, no-holds-barred city as our beloved Big Apple, it can become difficult to appreciate the natural beauty within our world.

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    Live SoHo History at These Three Galleries

    November 05

    Before the Upper West Side, before Greenwich Village, before Chelsea, there was SoHo. Originally viewed as an afterthought, the neighborhood was thrust into the spotlight in the 1970’s, when ascendant artists flocked to the area’s historic, cast-iron buildings —and the spacious, low-rent lofts they contained. Though the district has long passed its heyday, its bohemian legacy remains: View it through an artist’s eyes at these local galleries.

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