As the sidewalk ballet performances come to a stop due to the COVID-19 crisis, reminisce in Greenwich Village's most-loved urban activist, Jane Jacobs, and celebrate Jane’'s Walk NYC from home.
The 2020 Census does more than just count people, it determines where the $650 billion in federal funding will be allocated. From local to state to federal government, the 2020 Census determines the planning of public infrastructure including education, transportation, public institutions and affordable housing.
Greenwich Village has served as a home to an abundance of influential women throughout history. From playwright Lorraine Hansberry to LGBTQ rights activist Edie Windsor to former-First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. As the weather warms this month, take a tour of Greenwich Village and honor the legacies of honorable women.
African Americans have contributed greatly to the history of Greenwich Village. From Marsha P. Johnson’s efforts in the Stonewall Uprising to Angela Davis’ radical speak-outs against the Women’s House of Detention, the Village has been heavily impacted by the work of the Black community.
Struggling on where to find the perfect spot for a Valentine's Day dinner? Wow your date with our hand-picked favorites in the Village!
Attention all entrepreneurs and innovators---November is your month! Celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month by checking out these incredible events provided to you by NYC Small Business Services, Women.nyc, Small Business Saturday and more.
The 10th Annual Celebration of Small Business Saturday is fast approaching on November 30th. Just after Black Friday, this is the most important day of the year for small businesses to encourage holiday shoppers to visit their local businesses. Last year in 2018, US consumers spent a record high of $17.8 billion at independent retailers and restaurants on Small Business Saturday.
New York City’s 46th Annual Village Halloween Parade is approaching soon on Thursday, October 31st, and this is your guide on all the essential information you need for attending, watching, and volunteering.
Archtober, NYC’s architecture and design month features hundreds of events, tours, and exhibitions organized by the Center for Architecture in collaboration with over 80 partners and sponsors. The ninth-annual installment of Archtober gathers events ranging from daily building tours and lectures by design experts, to architecture-themed competitions and parties.
The Village Trip festival returns for its second year, a four-day celebration of Greenwich Village - West and East - with its worldwide influence on music, theater, visual art, literature and poetry, genre bending performance, and social activism. The Village is where, a century before Starbucks, there was always music in the cafés at night and revolution in the air and where being “different” has always been something to celebrate. For the four festival days, September 26 – 29, the Village will be en fête, with bars, cafés and local stores offering special deals to Village Trippers.