September NYC Events + Top 9 NYC Corona Culture (09/25)

Pre Covid-19 we searched the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you didn’t have to.
We made it as easy as 1-2-3.

Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being.
Stay Safe.
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For September we are going to try a different format – “Top 10 Corona Culture” – updated info and video especially suited to these difficult times OR NYC related visual info (Instagram and YouTube) OR all the NYC news you need to start your day.

We hope you will come back often to see what’s cooking here.
Today it’s Top 9 Corona Culture. NEW STUFF!

1. What’s Open in NYC | The Official Guide to New York City – nycgo.com

2. A Visitor’s Guide to MoMA and the Met – The New York Times

3. MoMA Opens Again With Free Admission Through September 27 – Secretnyc

4. Indoor Dining Scheduled to Return to NYC on September 30

5. A T. Rex Skeleton Arrives in Rockefeller Center Ahead of Auction – The New York Times

6. Jackson Heights, Queens: Walk Where the World Finds a Home – The New York Times

7. Can’t Wait For The Museums? Many NYC Galleries Are Now Reopening To The Public  – gothamist

8. The Hottest Commodity in Pandemic New York? Fresh Air – The New York Times

9. 13 New York City Virtual Tours: Explore the Big Apple  – scholasticatravel.com

9b. Brooklyn, before it was a global brand: Walk it’s history  – NYT

We hope you enjoy this change of pace, then please return here October 1, and every day for our daily, hot off the presses event guide with “Only the Best” NYCity event info.

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Lower Manhattan – Did you know?

New York City is a city of neighborhoods and no neighborhood has more spectacular sights, nor more important links to American and NYC history then Lower Manhattan.

By 1775 colonial New York had become a “flourishing city” of perhaps 25,000 souls and some 4,000–5,000 buildings, nearly all of them jammed into the half square mile triangle forming the southern tip of the island.

There was an increasing need for a future street plan for an expanding city. The Manhattan street grid plan of 1811 — both figuratively and literally — defines the city. Let’s take a closer look (G3).

** The Manhattan Street Grid Plan: Misconceptions and Corrections — The Gotham Center for New York City History

Myth #4: The Grid Plan Created Manhattan’s Small Lots — The Gotham Center for New York City History

Myth #5: The Grid Plan Leveled Manhattan — The Gotham Center for New York City History

Myth #6: The Grid Plan Caused Too Much Density and Rampant Land Speculation — The Gotham Center for New York City History

The Gotham Center for New York City History, a research and public education institution, publishes “Gotham” a blog that is endlessly fascinating for scholars (and non-scholars alike) of New York City history. It’s the source for these articles.
You should check it out.

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Now, how about some other useful information during these trying times.

Spots to visit in New York City while the crowds are small | Newsday

50 Incredible Things To Do In NYC This September – Secretnyc

The Best Online Workout Classes, According to Strategist Writers and Editors

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STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – MASK UP AND STAY SAFE.

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