The Hester Street Fair is back!

What did you do this weekend? As the months of the pandemic move along, we have options! It is becoming a little easier to venture outside of our apartments and our neighborhoods, and I am excited to see local favorites around the city beginning to … Read more

Spying Real-life Eldridge in a 1950s Drawing

A few months ago, way over in Germany, Friedrich Caesar was looking through old things stored in his basement. He came across a book of illustrations that he believes his father must have purchased while visiting New York City in the 1950s. Entitled New York, City on … Read more

Artist Uses City Streets to Highlight What Divides – and Unites – Us

This blog post was researched and written by two interns at the Museum at Eldridge Street: John Hanson and Eliana Schechter. Ai Weiwei, a Chinese artist-activist, has undertaken arguably the most extensive public art project in New York City’s history. Titled “Good Fences Make Good … Read more