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Mon Jul 8 2013
The borough of Manhattan.
What's on at Manhattan
Guided tours, Things to Do
Tots can learn about 150 years of Jewish history as they visit the Eldridge Street Synagogue, the Jewish Daily Forward building, and the founding site of the B'nai B'rith. Meet at the southwest corner of Essex and Delancey Sts. Ages 8 and up.
Things to Do
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RECOMMENDED: Easter in New York The outlandish haberdashery on display—ten-foot-tall hats, costumed pets, bonnets with live birds nestled inside—more than makes up for the lack of floats at this annual see-and-be-seen parade. The tradition started in...
Events & Festivals, Things to Do, Arts & crafts, Food & cooking
Frederick Douglass Blvd between 117th and 118th Sts. Admission is free to this outdoor fest, where after chowing down on goodies from Wafels & Dinges, Gorilla Cheese, Nuchas, Palenque, Toum, Shorty's, Diso's, Luke's and Hibachi Heaven, families can get...
Food & drink, Things to Do
Chow down on eats from around the world and buy handcrafted goods from local vendors (and Etsy crafters). Games and activities for the little ones abound, and live music and dance performances will take place on a stage at 55th St. The festival will take...
Food & Drink, Things to Do
- Critics' pick
Sample grub from Tribeca's best eateries at this 20th annual alfresco tasting, which benefits art education at P.S. 150 and P.S. 234. Cost of entry gets you a tasting card that you can use to score six dishes—featured eateries range from stalwarts (Landmarc,...