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Upcoming Events On the Street 14th AnnuAl Meeting Wednesday, May 25th at 8:00 am Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium “I’m new to the BID - started in December. I’m a friendly Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets person and interact with people all the time. I don’t mind being on my feet all day, but warm days make a big Speakers: difference!” Cy VAnCe, Jr, District Attorney, New York County — Jasmine Knox, Lincoln Square BID Security Officer neAl ShApiro, President & CEO, WNET roSe Kuo, Executive Director, Film Society of Lincoln Center “I’m a day player on a movie crew, working on “Tower Open to the public, the Lincoln Square BID’s annual Heist” starring Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy. I work in meeting welcomes neighborhood property owners, Lincoln Square a lot. We buy food at the local sandwich residents, businesses and others. Continental breakfast by shops and take plenty of trips to Starbucks.” 'wichcraft. Space is limited. RSVPs are required to — Mike W., New Jersey Tim Devlin at 212.581.3774 or email@example.com. SuMMer ConCert SerieS At “I’m working on promotions for Fashion Week. It’s riChArd tuCKer pArK (Broadway and 66th Street) beautiful here. I love Trump Tower and the movie Every Wednesday, July 6th – August 31st, Noon – 2:00 pm theatres. You can tell who the fashion industry people Bring your lunch and enjoy free music in the heart of are - they’re always in a big rush!” — Yulia Machalaba, Lincoln Square. Moscow, recently moved to Brooklyn The Lincoln Square District Management Association, Inc. FIRST-CLASS MAIL 1841 Broadway, Suite 1112 U.S. POSTAGE New York, NY 10023 PAID New York, NY Permit Number 3536 lincolnsquarebid.org Scan me to visit our new website! It’s all here! neighborhood news neighborhood news Spring 2011 BID Beats Back the Blizzards… NYC’s Largest And the Neighbors Cheer Holiday Festival storms. They have done a tremendous The streets were alive with thou- “I put on some boots and thanks to your guys I got to the Food Emporium.” job keeping sidewalks and crossing sands of revelers last November 29th corners clean.” as we kicked off the season with In a gracious letter individually Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square - S New York City’s largest holiday o began a voice mail message left addressed to each member of the Clean festival presented by the BID and for Monica Blum, president of the Team, Commissioner Robert Walsh of presenting sponsor Time Warner. Lincoln Square Business Improve- the Department of Small Business The weather was perfect - cool and ment District, by Marion Stone, an Services thanked them “for your just a bit breezy. The BID’s Neighbor- older adult living in our district. tireless work to keep New York City’s hood Tree Lighting Ceremony at Dante The BID’s Clean Team, sidewalks and Park featured WABC-TV’s Sade 14 men who share the crosswalks cleared of Baderinwa and musical guests John work of making sure snow and safe for Pizzarelli, Eileen Ivers and Chia’s Lincoln Square is clean pedestrians during Dance Party, the Colombian jazz band. and attractive, has a last month’s blizzard. From hot chocolate and cider with difficult job in the Your teamwork and star anise to an old fashioned bowl of chili, Maine lobster bisque and wild winter. And especially dedication made it mushroom ravioli with cognac sauce, this winter! Suffering possible for residents, 32 restaurants offered over 30,000 some of the worst visitors and business food tastings. Once again, part of the blizzards in city history owners to get around, proceeds from the food tastings were - snow, ice and strong enjoy, and do busi- donated to City Harvest. winds made a tough job ness in the city’s Headliners, introduced by WABC- Marion Stone and the Clean Team even tougher. Condi- neighborhoods during TV's Bill Ritter, included Irish fiddler tions were so bad, the holiday season Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul Mayor Bloomberg despite the signifi- at the Winter’s Eve Dance Tent on declared a snow emer- cant snowfall.” 62nd Street and the Anat Cohen gency twice this season. The Board and staff Quartet with John Pizzarelli and With shovels in hand are very pleased that Avishai Cohen at the American Folk Art Museum. and a snow blower members of the Clean Music filled the air as Harlem obtained in January, the Team are getting the Samba played at Richard Tucker Park Clean Team faced each recognition they and a parade of characters from storm with determina- deserve. “The Clean Arm-of-the-Sea Theater danced down tion and vigor. And Team takes great Broadway. Jazz at Lincoln Center’s businesses and resi- pride in the work they Rose Rutledge Trio, Big Apple Circus dents in the district do,” says Monica performers and the cast of Billy Elliot Clean Team hard at work were grateful. Blum. “Neighborhood performed at Time Warner Center “Thanks for the residents often go up while the David Rubenstein Atrium excellent work, both on a daily basis to them and thank them. It makes a hosted Red Baraat. and during the recent snowstorms. difference when you know you are KiDROCKERS rocked the American Bible Society aka Kids’ Central Great job,” e-mailed Joseph Thomas, appreciated.” thanks in part to Time Out New York Resident Manager at 165 West 66th The accolades get to the heart of the Kids. MOBIA, DOROT, TD Bank, the Street. Clean Team’s mission - to provide the West Side Y and New York Society Gary Schutz, Director of Facilities for best supplemental services for all and for Ethical Culture entertained little the American Bible Society and an LSBID to keep conditions in the BID clean and ones with fun activities. Board Member, wrote, “...I cannot say safe so businesses and cultural institu- Many traditional Winter’s Eve enough about how great the street tions will thrive and people can live, (continued inside) team has been over the past few work and play. (continued from front page) times. One of our many new sponsors, favorites such as student choruses in Zagat Survey, listed Winter’s Eve on both Samsung Experience, the Hungry March its website and in its popular e-newsletter, Band, and ice-sculpting Zagat Buzz. demonstrations in It feels good to two locations in the know that we provide district by Okamoto New Yorkers an Studio made the extraordinary evening evening perfect. of free entertainment The extraordinary and great food. A event coverage of special thanks froM our president Winter’s Eve included to neighborhood WABC-TV’s significant businesses and O ne look at the tulips in the Broad- live coverage; online nonprofits, city way Malls reveals that the Lincoln and print advertising partners, volunteers, Square BID is welcoming the courtesy of Time Out and the many gener- New York Kids and ous sponsors listed arrival of spring. MVP|NY; and live below who make radio announcements. Winter’s Eve at To ensure that our gardens remain a model WNET, Channel 13 and Lincoln Square NYC’s for other New York City communities, the WLIW21 produced a wonderful Winter’s Eve premier outdoor holiday festival possible. BID has signed a new three-year contract, television commercial that aired multiple See you next year! after issuing an RFP, with Frank Bulfa- mante & Sons, Inc. to provide horticultural services for our beautification program. Keep an eye out for blooming flowers and creative design in the Broadway Malls and at Richard Tucker and Dante Parks. We also recently entered into a new three- year contract with Atlantic Maintenance, the company that staffs our Clean Team and we extended our contract with ACSS, ® which provides our Security Team. We congratulate Mercedes-Benz Fashion ® Week on another successful event at Bonafide Estates, Inc. Lincoln Center. To boost local business, we offered two very successful promotions: Lincoln Square ‘Fashion Plate’ Prix Fixe, featured 21 restaurants offering specially Board of directors priced menus to the public, and Lincoln Andrew Albert Tom Dunn Residential Tenant (vacant) Square ‘Crew Cuts’, offered affordable West Manhattan Chamber Lincoln Center for the Andrew Pucher of Commerce Performing Arts choices at ten quick serve establishments The Walt Disney Company Robert Battista Abigail Black Elbaum for production crew members. Gracious Home Ogden CAP Properties, LLC Gary Schutz American Bible Society Georgette F. Bennett David Froelke This spring, we will welcome Daniel Milstein Properties Related Companies Rudolf Tauscher Mandarin Oriental, New York Boulud’s Boulud Sud and Epicérie Boulud Brian Byrne Doug Griebel Community Board 4 (vacant) (www.danielnyc.com), opening at the south- Fordham University Rosa Mexicano at Lincoln Center George Zeppenfeldt-Cestero east corner of Broadway and 64th Street Gregg Carlovich Gary Jacob Community Board 7 Zeckendorf Development, LLC Glenwood Management adjacent to Bar Boulud. We also welcome Ex-Officio Luis Castro Lydia Kontos Leicht Kitchens by My Home, My Planet Time Warner Kaufman Center Hon. Michael R. Bloomberg (www.myhomemyplanet.com), a kitchen David Cvijic Alan Locker Mayor of the City of New York and bath renovation shop located at 2003 Millennium Partners Bonafide Estates, Inc. Hon. Gale A. Brewer New York City Council Broadway between 68th and 69th Streets. Suzanne Davis Leo Mavrovitis Residential Property Owner The Emporium, Ltd. Hon. John C. Liu New York City Comptroller Join us at 8:00 am on Wednesday, May Joseph Doolan Michael O’Neal TD Bank Restaurateur Hon. Scott Stringer 25th at Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Manhattan Borough President Atrium for our 14th Annual Meeting, with guest speakers the Honorable Cy Vance, Jr., New York County District Attorney; the lincoln Square Business Staff: Monica Blum, President; The Lincoln Square newsletter, improvement district (Bid) Ralph Memoli, Chief of Staff/VP a publication of the Lincoln Neal Shapiro, President & CEO of WNET is a not-for-profit tax-exempt of Marketing and Special Projects; Square BID, is published three-four and Rose Kuo, Executive Director of the organization formed in 1996 by Richard Juliano, Vice President times a year by the: property owners, businesses, and of Operations; Tim Devlin, Film Society of Lincoln Center. Space is others with a stake in our Upper Program Associate; Jennifer Furioli, Lincoln Square District limited and reservations are required; West Side community. We provide Sponsorship and Communications Management Association, Inc. supplemental security, sanitation Manager; Elizabeth Grant, 1841 Broadway, Suite 1112 email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and beautification services seven ReServist New York, NY 10023 212.581.3774 to RSVP. days a week, develop and manage T 212.581.3774 F 212.581.3563 a wide variety of programs and Photo credits: Elena Olivo, Sonia email@example.com projects to improve and promote Estreich, Brooks Brothers, Bouchon www.lincolnsquarebid.org the area, and coordinate our efforts Bakery, Juilliard Orchestra by with appropriate City agencies. Nan Melville, BID Staff. Vol. 14 no. 1 The Lincoln Square BID’s efforts Design: Jessica Weber Design, Inc. are supported by an assessment Text: Sonia Estreich Monica BluM president on property owners in the district. shopping in lincoln sQuare one of a kind experiences the elevator upstairs to find women’s and prints. BCBG kicked off the first official men’s fashions in the finest fabrics and a day of New York Fashion Week when complement of accessories, such as jewelry models in Fall 2011 neutrals, mixed with and leather goods. The most fun is the prints and bursts of color, paraded down new Girls’ Collection with a sea of navy and the runway. splashes of color – red, pink and crisp white. new york look Brooks Brothers BCBg Max Azria 1886 Broadway at 62nd Street / 2030 2005 Broadway btw 68th and 69th Broadway btw 69th and 70th Streets Streets 212.496.1853, www.bcbg.com 212.245.6511 / 212.362.8650 Brooks Brothers Assistant Manager Diana Gilbert points Get the latest styles in shoes and acces- 1934 Broadway at 65th Street, out a white, itty-bitty, lacy skirt that’s a sories and the hottest designer and 212.362.2374, www.brooksbrothers.com smash hit with the 20s crowd. Yet, “We fashion trends in these stores, two Step into the grand entrance hall and serve all ages and body types from casual flanking Lincoln Plaza Cinemas and one experience timeless style and elegance. to career to cocktail, and we outfit head-to- further north on Broadway between 69th Smart shirts and ties in a multitude of toe.” So true... sunglasses, jewelry, and 70th Streets. Al McIntyre, the store’s colors lead to refined umbrellas with scarves, belts, shoes and handbags enthusiastic stylist, reports what’s up for wood crook handles and a lively collection splendidly accessorize the muted, layered spring and summer. “Midnight blue is the of silk bow ties, the hottest accessory for patterns of spring. This summer, look for new black!,” referring to the hot trends in men on the international runways. Take bright reds and tangerines and lots of jackets and blazers. Bouchon Bakery dining in lincoln sQuare for the gourmand in all of us cheese sandwich for lunch. Be on your the front door, you can scoop a variety of way or park at one of the tall café tables candies from the bins on the left or be and enjoy the view of Columbus Circle. good and head straight to the salads For a broader menu and table service, further in. experience Bouchon Café, adjacent to the bakery. lincoln Café 1886 Broadway btw 62nd and Melissa’s gourmet deli 63rd Streets, 212.245.7812 1875 Broadway btw 61st and Across Broadway from Lincoln Center and 62nd Streets, 212.265.9393 the Empire Hotel is the Lincoln Café, a Bouchon Bakery Right in the middle of the block on the pint-sized place boasting lots of flavor! Time Warner Center, 3rd Floor west side of Broadway, a typical lunch Easily overlooked by harried pedestrians, 212.823.9366, www.bouchonbakery.com hour at Melissa’s involves seven red-shirt- but loved by neighborhood regulars and For those on-the-go, don’t let the long line ed staff members moving briskly behind sharp-eyed tourists, this ice cream shop at the retail counter deter you - it moves the counter serving up sandwiches and also serves up delicious power smoothies, quickly and it’s a testament to the steaming hot dishes. Bobby, the manager, frozen yogurt, juices and baked goods. It’s delicious sandwiches and sublime says best sellers are chicken wings and easy to stop in and take out or, if you have pastries. Try the flaky croissants or the the beef stew, which is so popular, “we a few minutes, take a seat at one of the crumbly muffins for breakfast, or the have to offer it every day or customers outdoor café tables in warm weather. comfort-inducing tomato soup and grilled ask what’s the problem!” As you walk in The Juilliard Orchestra culture in lincoln sQuare clever...creative...inspired operas, Ravel’s L’heure Espagnole and mance. Two tickets per order and proof of Puccini’s Gianni Schicci, on April 27 and age required when picking up tickets at 29 and a matinee on May 1. Juilliard’s the box office. Weekend rush tickets are Commencement Concert on May 19, also available to the general public for $25 features Brahms’ Violin Concerto and through a weekly drawing every Tuesday. Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 “Organ.” Performances begin at 8:00 pm. ny public library-riverside Branch 127 Amsterdam Avenue at 65th Street Senior Weekday rush tickets 212.870.1810, www.nypl.org at the Metropolitan opera Join the free Stay Well exercise sessions the Juilliard orchestra Lincoln Center, 212.362.6000 for older adults. Every Tuesday at 2:00 60 Lincoln Center Plaza www.metopera.org pm, Stay Well volunteers certified by the 212.799.5000, www.juilliard.edu Of the 200 discount orchestra seats NYC Department for the Aging lead ten The elite performing arts conservatory available for Monday through Thursday participants in a well-balanced series of offers mostly free events through May at performances ($20, and excluding galas, exercises for all ability levels. Wear loose Alice Tully, Avery Fisher Halls and The special events and opening nights), 50 are comfortable clothing. Pre-registration is Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Enjoy the annual set aside for seniors (65+), who can required. In addition, free use of the Composers Concert on April 1; Mahler’s reserve tickets by phone or online library’s computers are available to all Symphony No. 9 on April 15; two one-act beginning at noon on the day of perfor- library card holders.
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