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Take A Landmark Bike Ride: West Village Resiliency Tour If Jane Jacobs were around today, where might she take a ride (or walk)?
Monuments in our neighborhood reflect the challenges, heroism and resilience that we are seeing in our neighborhood and the world today. With stops in Winston Churchill ...
A Stroll Down the Yiddish Rialto Dr Elissa Sampson and Jack Lebewohl Second Avenue is rich in cultural history. Join urban geographer and professor Dr. Elissa Sampson for a virtual stroll down the famed historic thoroughfare of the erstwhile "Yiddish Rialto" with its myriad theaters, music halls, and musical venues. We will ...
Get Lit! Literary Pub Crawl Digital Happy Hour - Bars and Literature in Greenwich Village After 20 years, the Literary Pub Crawl knows that few neighborhoods have as varied and rich a history as Greenwich Village. It has been home to revolutionaries, social agitators, labor movements, feminists and suffragettes, jazz and blues music, painting, and ...
Jane Jacobs’ Far West Village - Life and Preservation For #JanesWalk2020, join Village Preservation’s Director of Research and Preservation for a “tour” of Jane Jacobs’ Far West Village. Learn about the history, architecture, and zoning of the Far West Village including the Gansevoort Market Historic District, Westbeth, West Village ...
Researching your NYC Building with Director of Research and Preservation Sarah Bean Apmann Monday, April 27, 2:00pm
Have some extra time on your hands to do that building research you've been curious about? In this lecture, participants will learn how to use various New York City and Village Preservation resources to discover the ...
Greenwich Village Past and Present This video explores the origins of the name "Greenwich Village" and what this area was like before European settlers including the Lenape inhabitants of the land. We look at the early European explorers and settlers of the area including Henry ...
Janice P Nimura Lecture for Village Preservation the Blackwell Sisters Janice P. Nimura spoke on her dual biography (forthcoming from W. W. Norton, 2021) on the groundbreaking sisters and doctors Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell who, in 1857 founded The Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children on the corner of Bleecker ...
Virtual Hangout with Village Preservation Executive Director Andrew Berman Curious about what's been going on at Village Preservation, and in our neighborhoods, during this challenging, ever-changing time? Watch our virtual hangout for updates about what we're up to, how our work is continuing, supporting small businesses in our neighborhoods, ...
Marching Towards Modernity: The Women of Greenwich Village with Lucie Levine Co-hosted by the Merchant's House Museum and the Village Alliance
Ida Rauh and her sister-in-law and Village neighbor Crystal Eastman both earned law degrees at NYU and went on to change the worlds of law, justice, women's health, literature, theater, ...

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