BroadsheetDAILY May 9 2019

A barge moored in South Cove, conducting pile remediation work on the underwater columns that support the Esplanade.

Lower Manhattan’s Local News The Broadsheet Inc. | 212-912-1106 | editor@ebroadsheet.com| ebroadsheet.com Run Silent, Run Deep BPCA Awards Underwater Contract to Firm That Promises Peace and Quiet A barge moored in South Cove, conducting pile remediation work on the underwater columns that support the Esplanade. The Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) is continuing a decade-long […]

Run Silent, Run Deep

A barge moored in South Cove, conducting pile remediation work on the underwater columns that support the Esplanade.

A barge moored in South Cove, conducting pile remediation work on the underwater columns that support the Esplanade. The Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) is continuing a decade-long project to shore up the underwater columns that support the Esplanade, but has found a way to do it without keeping residents up at night. At the […]

Today in History May 9

Patricia Hearst

Patty Hearst 1386 – Treaty of Windsor between Portugal and England  remains the oldest diplomatic alliance in the world still in force 1460 – Court yard episcopal palace Atrecht has witch burnings 1502 – Columbus leaves Spain on his fourth and final trip to New World 1785 – British inventor Joseph Bramah patents beer-pump handle […]

Today’s Calendar Thursday May 9

Crescent moon setting

Crescent moon setting 8AM Sunrise Yoga in Wagner Park Battery Park City Parks Rise and shine to begin your morning with an outdoor yoga class that will help align your chakras and invigorate your day. Instructors focus on movements meant to enhance posture alignment and increase flexibility and balance. All levels welcome. Bringing your own […]

Go Fish!

Go Fish! in Wagner Park

Battery Park City Parks will celebrate life in the Hudson Estuary with their annual Go Fish! festival, on Saturday, May 11, from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, in Wagner Park. Experienced anglers will guide participants through catch-and-release fishing, while also imparting lessons about life in the Hudson River. The day also features an art project […]

A Quarter of a Century of Great Taste

The Taste of Tribeca in 2006

The Taste of Tribeca in 2006 Saturday (May 18) will mark the 25th anniversary of Taste of Tribeca, the street food fair that raises money for two beloved local public schools: P.S. 234 and P.S. 150. Come to Duane Street (between Greenwich and Hudson Streets), from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm, for gastronomic wonders from […]

The Wheel Deal

Tribeca Clayworks

Manhattan Youth is partnering with Tribeca Clayworks to offer summer ceramics sessions from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, four nights each week (plus weekend afternoons), starting May 23 and running through August 5. Classes will cover Hand-Building and Surface (for all levels) on Mondays, plus Pottery Wheel and HandBuilding (intermediate level) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Additionally, […]