The Madding Crowd

Financial District

While a spate of recent media stories have heralded newly published statistics from the federal Census Bureau, indicating that both New York City and the State have recently declined slightly in population, Lower Manhattan appears to be bucking this trends. The Census data shows that New York lost more population than an other state in […]

Today in History

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare 1597 – William Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor is first performed, with Queen Elizabeth I of England in attendance. 1635 – Oldest US public institution, Boston Latin School founded 1838 – English steamship “Great Western” crosses the Atlantic and docks in NYC 1861 – Robert E. Lee named commander of Virginia Confederate […]

Today’s Calendar

Albany Street and West Street

2PM Meeting of the Members of the  Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority 200 Liberty Street, 24th floor Click here for the Agenda The meeting is open to the public. A public comment period will be scheduled at a time on the agenda determined by the chairman. 6PM CB 1 Monthly Meeting Blue School  241 […]