Category Archives: Art and Museums

Unboxing my new Pete-Townshend-Red, Eric Clapton Series, Fender Stratocaster

October 16, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD

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Interview with Pace University leaders

February 27, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD We interviewed the Dean of Pace University’s College of Arts and Sciences, Nira Herrmann, and her Chair of Performing Arts, Jorge Cacheiro, about their college, and the newly constructed classroom building on … Continue reading

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The Summer of 2014 in photos: Downtown Manhattan

 

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The designer of Le District gives a walking tour

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Downtown Manhattan was the epicenter of the American Revolution

July 4, 2015- It is easy to forget, but most of the crucial battles and events in our Revolutionary

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A piece of Ireland in BPC, literally

James Gill, Chairman of the Battery Park City Authority, gives a tour of the Irish Hunger Memorial

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Interview with the CEO of design group ICRAVE, Lionel Ohayon, about Le District

 

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Is a real performing arts company coming to Battery Park?!

October 31, 2014- By Steven E. Greer One of the hidden agendas of BatteryPark.TV has been to recruit performing arts to Downtown. Right now, all of the cool stuff,

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The New York premier of Roger Waters The Wall

September 28, 2015- by Steven E. Greer I have been suckered into many movie “premiers” of big budget films, only to find myself in a

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Earning $500,000 salaries, executives of 9/11 Memorial are charging $24 admission and still losing money

Update December 10, 2017- The Post reports that the museum is losing money because

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Update on Irish Memorial repairs

Update August 5, 2017- It finally opened.

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The Desert Trip: Day 3: The Who and Roger Waters

October 16, 2016- in 4K

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A tour of the Greer Gallery

August 29, 2016

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Vikings invade BPC

September 18, 2016-

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New renderings of the proposed WTC performing arts center

September 8, 2016- The NYT reports on the new designs for the WTC performing arts center. the Frank Gehry

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Lots of modern art in 4 WTC

Update July 7, 2016- This is a trend, apparently, to install expensive art into new developments.

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July 4th historical stuff to do during the day

June 29, 2016- Most people have no idea how much Lower Manhattan played a role in the American

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12,000 Patriots died in British prison ships

July 4, 2014- By Steven Greer In New York Harbor and the East River, 238 years ago, 12,000 Patriots died in British prison ships, mostly

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Images from the Swedish Midsummer Festival 2016

June 24, 2016

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To be or not to be?

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