The Village Alliance’s Sustainable Gift Giving Guide
Cross off all your holiday lists with an outing to Greenwich Village. Hit some incredible home goods shops, zero-waste and vintage stores - all in the span of a few blocks.
Guide: 8 Places to Study in Greenwich Village
Let’s face it, finding the perfect study environment can be a hard, especially when studying in the same places becomes boring. Luckily, Greenwich Village has several cafes that provide a comfortable ambiance for students to study, snack, and relax.
&Beer Launches Plant-Based Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go
This year, head to the Village and bid farewell to the stress of Thanksgiving cooking with &Beer's plant-based menu.
The Village Alliance Held its 30th Annual Meeting
The Village Alliance was honored to host Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Jr., Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, Councilmember Carlina Rivera, and the Director of the Tony Rosenthal Estate, Dave Petrie at the Public Theater.
The Annual Village Halloween Parades
The Village is the place to be on Halloween! Here's our recap of the day's festivities.
Here’s the Full Program for the Greenwich Village Film Festival
The annual event will take place at Quad Cinema on 13th Street from November 6-8.
Guide: 7 Must Visit Latin-Owned Business in Greenwich Village
As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to an end, it's the perfect time to celebrate the rich and diverse flavors of Latin cuisine here in the Village. Here are some of the must-visit destinations for food enthusiasts.
SLT Fitness Studio Opens on 8th Street
Get ready to break a sweat, push your limits, and transform your body with the grand opening of our district’s brand-new fitness studio, SLT.
Submit Your Idea to NYC to Improve Your Community
Do you have an idea for a program, service, thing, or event that would benefit your community? NYC's The People’s Money is the first citywide process using Mayoral funds for community development spearheaded by local residents.
Village History: New Memorial to the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Victims near Washington Square Park
A new memorial pays tribute to the victims, mostly immigrant women and girls, who were killed in the clothing factory fire.