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#Westbeth50: Photographer Shelley Seccombe & the Decline and Rebirth of the Hudson River Waterfront Shelley Seccombe and her family became urban pioneers fifty years ago, when they moved into a formerly abandoned industrial complex in a no-man’s land by a decaying highway, overhead rail line, and Hudson River piers by called Westbeth. Trained as ...
Get Lit! Literary Pub Crawl’s Virtual 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 ...
Book Talk: Walking Broadway in the Village From Bowling Green to the Harlem River, New York’s most famous avenue encapsulates the city’s dynamic history and contemporary life. William J. Hennessey’s Walking Broadway presents the major historic landmarks and architectural gems found on Broadway focusing, for Village Preservation, ...
Francis Morrone: Willa Cather’s Greenwich Village A native of Virginia, the great novelist Willa Cather grew up on the Nebraska prairies before moving to Greenwich Village in 1906. Between 1906 and 1932 she lived at four different Village addresses with her partner Edith Lewis. Never a ...
Women’s Equality Day in the Village, at the Vanguard The Pioneering Village Women who Fought for the Vote, and Those Who Continued the Fight for Social and Political Justice
In honor of Women’s Equality Day and the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, join historian Lucie ...
The House of D: A Panel on the Women’s House of Detention Co-hosted by the Jefferson Market Library.
Audre Lorde described the Women’s House of Detention, an eleven-story Art Deco prison located next door to the Jefferson Market Courthouse (now Library). as “a defiant pocket of female resistance, ever-present as a reminder ...

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