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As spring approaches, your children’s summer plans are likely on your mind! If you are looking for a camp or sports activity to put them in, consider Asphalt Green! Asphalt Green offers different types of camps and sports programs like swimming, soccer, baseball and martial arts. With a location uptown and downtown, Asphalt Green is… Continue Reading Asphalt Green NYC Summer Camps
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New York City becomes magical during the winter with all of the holiday lights adorning trees, street lights, and buildings. Some restaurants even transform their décor to create a perfect winter ambiance. If you want to find a unique winter oasis with great food and spirited drinks, keep on reading! Below, we have noted some… Continue Reading NYC Cozy Wintertime Restaurants
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Posted in Downtown, Glenwood News, Midtown East, NYC Dining, Things To Do in NYC, Westside

Charlie Bird, the wildly successful Itailan-ish spot that somehow comfortably crams a city's worth of scenesters every night into its awkward narrow space, was at or near the top of just about every "best new restaurant" list last year. People love the casual atmosphere, the wine list, and the food. Anchoring the western end of… Continue Reading Charlie Bird in Soho: A Delicious Italian Party
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The New Amsterdam Market, located right by the old Fulton Fish Market in the South Street Seaport area, reopened last Sunday for the season, which is good news indeed for all New Yorkers, but especially for downtown Glenwood residents (in both the Barclay Tower and Tribeca Bridge Tower), and especially ESPECIALLY for Glenwoodians fortunate enough… Continue Reading Fulton Fish Market Neighbor New Amsterdam Market Now Open for the Summer
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Fifteen, twenty years ago, if someone asked you to go downtown to the Bowery to see an exhibition at a place called The Hole, you would be forgiven if the invitation gave you pause. Today, of course, things are different–WAY different–on NYC's one-time Skid Row, as time has given way to luxury highrise manhattan apartment… Continue Reading Kembra Pfahler Wanders Claude Monet’s Gardens: Downtown on The Bowery
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New Museum NYC Goes Global: 34 Artists Converge Downtown A nice counterpoint to the upcoming, always-heavily-hyped Biennial at the Whitney Museum, the much-appreciated if too-often-underwhelming New Museum on Bowery just unveiled The Ungovernables, a triennial survey of the state of global contemporary art, opening up all of its gallery space to some 34 artists, artist… Continue Reading The Ungovernables are in Downtown Manhattan; 2012 New Museum Triennial
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Part bakery, part hot-chocolate bar (there's coffee, too), part sandwich spot, and all with the distinct flavor of Spanish cuisine, the new La Churreria on Mulberry Street does a great job of offering weary Soho and Nolita shoppers and on-the-go quick-bite seekers cozy relief on a dreary February day. Opened in December by Jesus Manso,… Continue Reading La Churreria: Delicious Spanish Snacks in Downtown Manhattan
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