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First Lady of the United States Laura Bush in the living room of one of the apartments on the Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York Fall 2008 - The Lower East Side Tenement Museum was one of ten museums and libraries awarded the 2008 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The Award is America's highest honor for institutions of significant and exceptional contributions to their communities. The Award further merits institutions which reach out to people of all ages and backgrounds and invite
them to explore our the nation's diverse history, culture, and literature. The Museum was honored in October 2008 with a visit from the First Lady of the United States, Laura Bush, accompanied by her daughter, Barbara Bush. The Lower East Side Tenement Museum is open throughout the year; tours begin at 108 Orchard Street. Filed under: LES Tenement Museum Receives Award
 

Fall 2008 - The 30 people who share the title, 'Educator' at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum have been considering the formation of a Union for several years. They are the part-time and per diem workers who are the 'Tour Guides'. Over the past few years, the popularity of the Tenement Museum has risen

the levines of 97 orchard street, the lower east side tenement museum
and the quality of the tours provided by the Educators each day has been cited by many tourists as, 'Excellent!' In this same period of time, many of the Educators have seen their colleagues fired with no notice, no recourse and no termination or severance pay. The Educators are interested in unionizing yet their efforts to do so are being blocked by the administrators of the Museum. The administrators do not want to give their Educators these benefits: guaranteed hours, vacation time, sick leave, health care and due process prior to termination. Museum management repeatedly has said it only will recognize a union that includes both full-time and part-time employees. Full-time workers, so far, haven’t organized. Filed under: Tenement Museum Denies Union Organizers

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Russ & Daughters Birthday Present! Restaurant!

NEW YORK - July 2014 — Russ & Daughters, one of the most legendary retail shops on the lower east side of Manhattan, celebrated its 100th year in business this year! In Manhattan, so much changes so quickly, a century of retail trade is a huge celebration!

This store's specialty is old-school "Jewish style" smoked fish. In 2014, Russ & Daughters' gave itself a 100th birthday present: a new store on the lower east side on Orchard Street!

Would you like to learn more about this lower east side New York institution? Try a book, "Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built", or a documentary film, "The Sturgeon Queens."

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