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Tips, Tricks & Treats of iPhone 
The Lincoln Square BID is teaming up with a wonderful community partner, the Apple Store, Upper West Side, to host a networking event for the neighborhood. During "Tips, Tricks & Treats of iPhone", attendees will learn the ins and outs of their iPhones with a question and answer session to follow, along with some useful skills that will help you unlock your iPhone's full potential. 

This networking event will take place on Thursday, October 29 from 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. at 1981 Broadway at the Apple Store, Upper West Side. Anyone interested in attending should RSVP to [email protected] with your name, and if appropriate affiliation and title. Space is limited. If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Lincoln Square BID at 212.581.3774. 
Lincoln Square Stores Make Home Improvements Simple
Statement table settings and festive decor accents from Pottery Barn

Ready for some tune-ups or décor makeovers to your home interior? There are a handful of quality stores in the Lincoln Square neighborhood that can help you spruce up your personal space with ease and in style. 

At 1992 Broadway, Gracious Home won't disappoint shoppers with fall flair and great deals. With cold weather approaching, a cozy throw is a must-have for any living room this season, and Gracious Home has a large selection of soft, colorful blankets to bring comfort and texture to your home. The store is also offering a deal on its Missoni Home collection, where patrons can enjoy 15% off home accessories like geometric print sheets and throw pillows, or bold bath rugs.

Pottery Barn, at 1965 Broadway, has great deals and discounts on holiday decorations as well as beautiful decorative home accessories. For guests who enjoy pumpkins and spooky style, Pottery Barn is offering up to 40% off Halloween decorations, like pumpkin table lights or gauze mummy candle holders, and festive throw pillows. There is also a 20% off special on chandeliers and light pendants as well as 25% off wool and natural fiber rugs, all elegant and high quality to help bring something special to your personal space.

Raymour & Flanigan, located at 1961 Broadway, not only offers a large selection of comfortable and stylish furniture, but also has a wonderful assortment of accent pieces available in store and online. If you're looking for a new mirror or wall art for your hallway or for new light fixtures to complement your living room, look no further than Raymour & Flanigan. The store has some calming framed landscape paintings, simple storage trunks, and stylish end tables-all pieces that will nicely freshen up a home space.

At 1932 Broadway, Bed, Bath & Beyond has a selection of seasonal pieces in its Fall Shop that will really get you in the mood to heat up your stove and create a welcoming indoor space for the cold weather. From cute autumn leaf coaster sets to new pie dishes, a pumpkin shaped cocotte, and quilted crystal canning jars, your kitchen is sure to become your favorite room this fall. Bed, Bath, and Beyond also has vintage string lights to brighten your indoor space as the days shorten, great covers for your outdoor furniture to protect from the cold, and dinnerware collections in pretty fall colors like orange, sage, and scarlet among other decor.

Michelin Stars for 2016

Michelin Travel & Lifestyle has released its 2016 selections for its Michelin Star NYC Restaurant Guide, and several Lincoln Square eateries have dazzled critics yet again, maintaining their wonderful stars.

Jean-Georges, located at 1 Central Park West inside the Trump International Hotel and Tower, creates exquisite American, French and Asian inspired dishes, utilizing local Farmer's Market produce for each plate, all within a beautiful dining space. Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten's Jean-Georges maintained three stars for 2016, ever-impressing its guests.

Located on the 4th Floor of Time Warner Center, Masa offers a distinguished Japanese dining experience, with a menu full of delectable, elegant sushi and sashimi choices from Chef Masayoshi Takayama. Masa maintained a wonderful well-deserved three stars for 2016.

Per Se, also located on the 4th Floor of Time Warner Center, offers guests a beautiful view of Central Park paired with delicious American and French inspired dishes. Chef Thomas Keller's Per Se never disappoints, maintaining...READ MORE.
Winter's Eve is Bringing the 80s & 90s to Lincoln Square
You won't want to miss your chance to dance at the Winter's Eve TD Bank Dance Party this year. The Lincoln Square BID is bringing an I Love the '90s Show with The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air and a Back to the Eighties Show with Jesse's Girl to enliven the Dance Tent at 61st Street on Monday, November 30.

The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air are six NYC-based musicians who come together to put on the "dopest" live '90s show in the city. They are regular performers at Le Poisson Rouge, putting on a great show every Friday night. The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air are all that and a bag of chips!
Jessie's Girl is NYC's ultimate 80s tribute band, performing sold out shows every Saturday night at Le Poisson Rouge, even putting on a show with a handful of the 80's icons that made their music famous to begin with, including artists like Bret Michaels and MC Hammer. Jessie's Girl will take you all the way back to neon headbands and parachute pants with great music and energy.
To find out more about the 16th Annual Winter's Eve, visit We are constantly updating the site with information about sponsors, entertainment, and kids' activities. 
American Folk Art Museum: Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet
Heinrich Anton Müller (1869-1930), Untitled, c. 1927-1929,
Collection de l'Art Brut, Lausanne, by Claude Bornand.
The American Folk Art Museum has opened a new exhibit entitled Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet , the first major U.S. exhibition to explore the introduction of art brut to America. The nearly two hundred works of art on view, by both canonical and lesser-known art brut figures, were amassed and identified as art brut by French artist Jean Dubuffet, beginning in 1945. The selection is drawn exclusively from the renowned Collection de l'Art Brut in Lausanne, Switzerland, where Dubuffet donated his collection in 1971.

The art forms on view include drawings, paintings, carvings, manuscripts, and embroideries, made by artists working in both traditional and esoteric materials such as cement and crushed egg shell among other materials. The presentation highlights Dubuffet's passionate belief in a new art paradigm that was non-Western and non-hierarchical, and that championed creators who are "uncontaminated by artistic culture."

The American Folk Art Museum is located at 2 Lincoln Square (Columbus Avenue at 66th Street). For additional information about the Art Brut in America: The Incursion of Jean Dubuffet and other exhibits and events at the American Folk Art Museum visit

Corporate Gifts from Tumi
When shopping for holiday gifts this season, please keep Tumi in mind. Do you have a person on your list who is difficult to shop for? Tumi is a perfect option for the person "who has everything".

Tumi offers corporate discounts on five or more of the same items (20% off). They can put company logos on many of the items for a small set-up fee and Tumi offers complimentary monogramming on many styles. Orders that consist of large quantities need to be placed before the holiday season begins. Right now is the perfect time to order!

If you have any questions please contact [email protected] or 212.823.9390.

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