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Save Manhattan Beach Architecture!
Save the Lower East Side!
web community for the lower east side and east village
Second Avenue Sagas
Sense and the City
Sense and the City is written by editor and writer Caitlin Van Dusen. Each post to this blog will focus on a different sense and a different site in New York City - from the sound of the sea in winter in Far Rockaway to the taste of arroz con leche poured from a thermos and sipped from a styrofoam cup in Sunset Park.
Caitlin's work has appeared in the Believer, ReadyMade, Tricycle, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Salt magazine, and the book "Hidden New York: A Guide to Places that Matter."
Tenement Museum Blog
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tells the stories of immigrant families. Located in the heart of Manhattan's Lower East Side, which has been an immigrant portal for 200 years, 97 Orchard Street was home to an estimated 7,000 people from over 20 nations from 1863 to 1935. Inside, visitors view restored apartments and learn about the struggles of past generations in the hope of providing historical perspective on the experiences of today's newcomers. Email us at press-inquiry, domain name tene...
The Archivist's Mailbag
Trinity Wall Street has played a pivotal role in the religious and civic life of the city and nation since its founding in 1697. This blog will answer readersâ€™ questions and provide a glimpse into the fascinating and provocative history of the parish.
The Back Table: Archives and Special Collections at New York University
Welcome to The Back Table, a blog which highlights special collections at the libraries of New York University. This blog was born out of a collective interest among library staff in forging a stronger connection between the NYU special collections libraries, the departments that act in accordance with them, and the larger archival community. Our goal is to maintain a virtual space for exploring our professional interests as archivists and examining how those interests apply to our work at NYU L...