The church has been offering a Children’s Mass for the past 15 years and lets kids tell the story of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus.
Many stores in Lower Manhattan damaged by superstorm Sandy haven’t been able to benefit from the holiday season. But at one business near the South Street Seaport, they’re counting their lucky stars and their Christmas receipts.
The South Street Seaport Museum reopened to visitors Monday for the first time since Superstorm Sandy, and was set to launch two new exhibits on Friday.
Nearly four weeks after Superstorm Sandy, PATH train service from New Jersey to Lower Manhattan will resume on Monday morning.
Small business owners in Lower Manhattan have been trying to get going again after Superstorm Sandy, and the federal government has been trying to help them.
It sounds indulgent – but it isn’t. Instead of wolfing down a slice while walking, or, worse, trying to keep crumbs off your keyboard while multitasking, spend your lunch hour at a concert.
While most of Manhattan is back to its normal routine following superstorm Sandy, Lower Manhattan is still littered with reminders of the storm’s wrath.
Manhattan’s Front Street is one of New York City’s most historic districts. The typically bustling area is now mostly abandoned after being flooded by eight feet of ocean water during Superstorm Sandy.
Con Edison has urged customers who recently got their power back in Lower Manhattan to conserve energy while crews work to reinforce underground systems.
Con Edison planned to have power to restored to all of Lower Manhattan by Saturday morning.
The effort to restore power to those impacted by megastorm Sandy will apparently take longer than initially hoped.
The southernmost tip of Manhattan was as deserted as an Old West ghost town Wednesday evening, but anyone who passed through would find much of the area remained in horrific shape in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Trading resumed on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday after being closed for two days because of Hurricane Sandy. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg ran the opening bell.
Con Edison said that is considering cutting power to about 6,500 customers in Lower Manhattan if the surge from the Hurricane Sandy is severe enough to threaten underground lines.
A new study has showed that young professionals have been drawn to Lower Manhattan like a magnet – in a very positive change after the area suffered from job losses following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.