The Fourth of July is extra special in the Village when Macy’s chooses to launch their massively impressive fireworks spectacular from barges in the Hudson River rather than the East River. Come down to the Village to navigate towards the prime viewing spots!
One of the Village's favorite sushi meccas just got ranked by Zagat as the No. 2 place for japanese cuisine in New York City!
Thousands packed the Village for the 2012 Pride March. Many of them enjoyed the spectacle and sights of the March along 8th Street where the March made its way down from Fifth Avenue and fed into Christopher Street. The colors, the glitter and the slogans all were in top form this past Sunday. Check some photos out here:
The Village is perhaps the world’s most famous gayborhood. Steeped in LGBT history and packed with gay nightlife: it knows how to celebrate Pride. As the drinks pour and the sun heats up, however, the festivities can get frustratingly messy. We've got some tips to make the most of the parades and parties of NYC Pride 2012.
Make Music New York knows how to make some noise. Now in its sixth year, this open-air music festival sponsors hundreds of free performances in unexpected places around the city. From 10am until 10pm on Thursday, June 21st Make Music New York will reverberate in city parks and echo down avenues. To be sure you don’t miss the music, we’ve compiled some happenings in and around the Village.
A lot happens in the Village. Get involved and discuss local issues by attending a public forum or community meeting. The Village Alliance has put together a digest of meetings on a variety of topics coming up in June.
Follow this link to view our June e-newsletter, bringing you the latest retail openings, deals and event highlights in the Central Village!