Letter from the Publisher

jennGateway to Downtown is a guide created to connect neighbors to the non-profit and government resources throughout the Manhattan neighborhoods south of 30h Street. At your fingertips is a list of educational, health, political and cultural resources available to you. Whether you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer or looking for help, Gateway to Downtown will help you navigate the services available and  connect neighbor to neighbor. 

Of course, a neighborhood guide would not be complete without featuring something very special about downtown Manhattan. This year we are taking a look at comedians who live and perform downtown — people who have brought laughter, sarcasm, joy and hilarity to clubs and theaters from Chelsea to Greenwich Village to the Lower East Side. We hope you enjoy the profiles. 

Click here to view the entire 2014 issue of Gateway to Downtown  as a PDF.

Click here to view the entire 2014 issue of Gateway to Downtown as a PDF.

We want to thank the local business and stores who advertise in Gateway to Downtown. Without their support, we could not deliver this valuable resource guide to you. Please keep this guide throughout the year as a one-stop source to help you solve your problems and connect with your community.

Jennifer Goodstein


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