NFiDi, Manhattan

The Liquid Sound Lounge Boat Party “The original groovy soulful house music dance party on a boat” est. 1999 DJ Jeannie Hopper-Liquid Sound Lounge  Jay Rodriguez-Live sax & flute in the mix Friday, August 10 BOARDING: 11:30pm Sharp • SAIL: 12am - 2:30am 2.5 Hour sail around the NY Harbor on the Clipper City Tall Ship ONLY 100 TICKETS:  $25 advance $30 door (cash only) 21+ • Cash bar. Dress to Dance. TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:http://www.ticketfly.com/ event/134383/  Clipper City is docked on the east face of Pier 17 (South Street Seaport Shopping Mall) Venue: http:// www.clippercityny.com/http:// www.LiquidSoundLounge.com/
212.209.2800 or 212.209.2950 and purchase direct from Reggie Johnson

The Liquid Sound Lounge Boat Party
“The original groovy soulful house music dance party on a boat” est. 1999

DJ Jeannie Hopper-Liquid Sound Lounge
Jay Rodriguez-Live sax & flute in the mix

Friday, August 10
BOARDING: 11:30pm Sharp • SAIL: 12am - 2:30am
2.5 Hour sail around the NY Harbor on the Clipper City Tall Ship

ONLY 100 TICKETS:
$25 advance $30 door (cash only)
21+ • Cash bar. Dress to Dance.
TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:
http://www.ticketfly.com/ event/134383/
Clipper City is docked on the east face of Pier 17
(South Street Seaport Shopping Mall)
Venue: http:// www.clippercityny.com/
http:// www.LiquidSoundLounge.com/


212.209.2800 or 212.209.2950 and purchase direct from Reggie Johnson

  9AM, Jul 9 2012
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neighborhoodr-newyork:

Bringing a ‘Can Do’ Attitude (via WSJ)

At 6 p.m. on Wednesday, as the work day is winding down, 26 teams of architects will begin setting up for an all-night sculpture-making competition at the World Financial Center.
Their materials? One hundred thousand cans of food, which will be distributed by City Harvest to New York’s neediest after the competition.
With 1.6 million New Yorkers living below the poverty line (according to City Harvest), event organizers also encourage onlookers to bring cans to donate. Last year, the architects used and donated 69,000 pounds of canned food, and New Yorkers brought an additional 20,000 pounds with them to the event.

Read more about the event and how you can help here.

neighborhoodr-newyork:

Bringing a ‘Can Do’ Attitude (via WSJ)

At 6 p.m. on Wednesday, as the work day is winding down, 26 teams of architects will begin setting up for an all-night sculpture-making competition at the World Financial Center.

Their materials? One hundred thousand cans of food, which will be distributed by City Harvest to New York’s neediest after the competition.

With 1.6 million New Yorkers living below the poverty line (according to City Harvest), event organizers also encourage onlookers to bring cans to donate. Last year, the architects used and donated 69,000 pounds of canned food, and New Yorkers brought an additional 20,000 pounds with them to the event.

Read more about the event and how you can help here.

(via neighborhoodr-newyork)

  11AM, Nov 9 2011
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squeela:

Fellow Michigander Michael Moore just showed up to OWS to offer support. He suggested a movie.night. He’s gonna bring popcorn! People are demanding V for Vendetta.

squeela:

Fellow Michigander Michael Moore just showed up to OWS to offer support. He suggested a movie.night. He’s gonna bring popcorn! People are demanding V for Vendetta.

  9PM, Oct 20 2011
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noraleah:

Ray Wasnieski builds the Freedom Tower and sleeps at Zuccotti Park, without telling his co-workers | Capital New York (via peterwknox)
And read this explanation of why they used the term “Freedom Tower,” which we can’t seem to let go of. 
  10PM, Oct 12 2011
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The latest (and greatest?) New World Trade Center visualization video. Silverstein Properties recently released footage of the construction and a visualization of the finished New World Trade Center. WTC Tower 1(Freedom Tower) is slated to be finished in early 2013 and it will mark another chapter in the ever evolving Manhattan skyline.

  4PM, Sep 22 2011
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See what the locals are saying about Financial District NYC. 
What do you think? Add your 2C about Financial District NYC on NabeWise.

See what the locals are saying about Financial District NYC

What do you think? Add your 2C about Financial District NYC on NabeWise.

  2PM, Aug 15 2011
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sarahwrotethat:

DNAinfo:

A series of photographs taken on Aug. 12 shows the reflecting pools and plaza planted with trees.
It  also shows the gleaming, glass-covered One World Trade Center soaring  above the downtown skyline. Earlier this month, the tower became the  tallest building in Lower Manhattan at 78 stories and 961 feet.photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images 

via @AntDeRosa: @tim_herrerra
Such a profound satisfaction and sense of peace to see the new downtown taking shape. Each time I’ve passed by this year I’ve been startled by how fast it’s happening.

sarahwrotethat:

DNAinfo:

A series of photographs taken on Aug. 12 shows the reflecting pools and plaza planted with trees.

It also shows the gleaming, glass-covered One World Trade Center soaring above the downtown skyline. Earlier this month, the tower became the tallest building in Lower Manhattan at 78 stories and 961 feet.

photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images 

via @AntDeRosa: @tim_herrerra

Such a profound satisfaction and sense of peace to see the new downtown taking shape. Each time I’ve passed by this year I’ve been startled by how fast it’s happening.

  2PM, Aug 14 2011
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mylifeinmeals:

Stone Street is one of the best thing to happen to Manhattan’s Financial District. It’s a quaint little historic street with cobble stone pathways, fully lined with restaurants and outdoor seating galore. You would never guess that only a block or so over you’d be surrounded by the hustle and…

  5PM, Jul 26 2011
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brooklyner:

(via Exclusive: World Trade Center Progress Tour: Gothamist)
  8PM, Jun 27 2011
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allleft:

FIDI

allleft:

FIDI

  11PM, Jun 26 2011
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