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25may1:00 pmTour of Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian

25may2:00 pmCultural Presentation
Meet a Cultural Interpreter, one of the Museum’s Native American educators, and learn about the cultures and traditions of the Great Plains. Education Center/Tipi Room

Today In History

1218 – The Fifth Crusade leaves Acre for Egypt. 1626 – Peter Minuit buys Manhattan. 1830 – “Mary Had a Little Lamb” by Sarah Josepha Hale is published. 1844 – Samuel Morse sends the message “What hath God wrought” (a biblical quotation, Numbers 23:23) from the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the United States Capitol to his assistant, Alfred Vail, […]

Local

Here’s his latest posting: Monday 23rd May, 8th day, position 2am 40 28.6 N, 070 54,7 W “One week gone, 8th day at sea, not one I want to have too many of. It rained while the wind and waves increased and became quite a gale yesterday. Difficult to sleep while sliding about and worrying about […]

Letters to the Editor

To: Council Member Chin, cc’d The Broadsheet I am a 30 year plus resident of Lower Manhattan (3 Hanover Square) and I understand that your vote on the Water Street arcades and plazas will be the most important, and I strongly support the Downtown Alliance’s Water Street zoning text amendment. I am also in the […]

The Arts

Battery Park City’s own New American Youth Ballet (NAYB) will present next Sunday (May 22) a dance adaptation of “Someday,” the elegy to motherhood by children’s book author Alison McGhee. The dancers will be led by NAYB director and choreographer Elizabeth Flores and accompanied by a full, 40-piece orchestra, performing original music by Alan Turry, […]

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