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    Artists For Israel International - Scripture translation, library of new books and materials, tv production company, a television program, a recording company, an improvizational comedy company, a repertory acting company, a publishing house, and a yeshiva.
    artistsnyc - Online gallery featuring selected artists and their work. Includes gallery and museum links.
    Arts and Business Council Inc. - Promotes partnerships between corporations and nonprofit arts groups.
    Broken Arts Restoration - A company that restores antique, heirloom and collectible objects.
    Center Art Studio - Conservation, restoration, display, and custom designing of decorative art objects.
    The City Review - e-Zine devoted to Manhattan affairs and the arts with a strong emphasis on architecture, planning, real estate, museums, books and consumer technology.
    Clown Magic Party Entertainment - Full service party company, including clowns and magicians. Brochure available.
    Dia Center for the Arts - A multi-disciplinary contemporary arts organization. Online galleries, downloadable poetry readings. Includes a screen saver from one of their Artists' Projects for the Web series.
    A DogNY sculpture by Colleen Corradi - A public art initiative, promoted by the American Kennel Club, whose goal is to raise financial resources for professional and volunteer Canine Search and Rescue organizations throughout The United States of America.
    Ear Inn Readings - A weekly reading series at the historic Ear Inn. Includes schedule, listings, links, and poetry.
    F. J. Hakimian, Inc. - Gallery specializing in antique oriental and European carpets, rugs and period tapestries. Also an in-house conservation and restoration atelier.
    Floss Magazine - Information covers advertising, models, newstand pricing, subscriptions, and events.
    Fractured Atlas - A national non-profit artist service organization providing a comprehensive range of support services for the independent arts community.
    Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. - Avant-garde performance art institution presents The Future of the Present, 22 netcasts of temporal work by performance artists.
    Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center - A non-profit arts education organization offering low-cost workshops in all creative writing genres to adults, and an after school program for adolescents. Includes information about writing fellowships for African-American writers and programs.
    French Institute/Alliance Francaise/ - French language teaching and cultural events (concerts, dance, theatre, lectures); the largest private French library in the U.S.
    FringeNYC - Information about the New York International Fringe Festival. Includes a list of shows and ticket information, volunteers, and profile.
    Goethe-Institut New York - German arts and culture. Exhibits, films, language courses, lectures, seminars.
    High 5 - Offers tickets to various arts events to students aged 13 to 18.
    International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR) - Authentication service for private individuals, art dealers, museums, and other institutions.
    Japanese Art Dealers Association of New York - Not-for-profit association that promotes the appreciation, understanding, and collecting of pre-1870 Japanese art. Information about members and notable museum exhibitions of Japanese art is provided.
    La Maison Française of Columbia University - Lectures, colloquia, exhibitions, films and video presentation.
    La Maison Française of NYU - Lectures, symposia, conferences, panel discussions, film and video screenings, art exhibits, concerts, theater productions, and special presentations.
    Leo Baeck Institute - Research, study and lecture center whose library and archives offer documentation for the study of the history of German-speaking Jewry.
    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - The largest cultural complex in the world offers an array of programs every day of the year.
    Montezinos, Joseph and Nina - Husband and wife team, fashion photographer and painter respectively, offer portfolios of their work and biographies.
    The National Cartoonists Society - Largest organization of professional cartoonists.
    New York Foundation for the Arts - Programs in three major areas: grants, education, and services and technology.
    NYC Promos - Nightclub, restaurant, and bar promotions in the NYC and Long Island areas. Offers membership, reviews, and contact information. - A guide to alternative New York arts and entertainment - independent film, off-off-Broadway theater, music, dance, art.
    Paradigm Art - Provide educational art and cultural tours in NYC and promote emerging artists' artworks to the public.
    Poet-0! - The Poet of Central Park. A Street poet in New York who has transformed Central Park into his own kingdom.
    Pyromedia - A collective web space for experimental media arts.(arts)
    Radio City Music Hall - The 1932 Art Deco theater was designated a New York City landmark in 1979, and a National Historic Landmark in 1987.
    A Rooftop Studio Rental - Two photography studios in the heart of the Flatiron district available for daily rental. Includes photos, features, floor plan, equipment, facilities, rooftop shooting area, and rates.
    The 46th Annual Winter Antiques Show - Guide to New York's pre-eminent antiques and fine art show. Includes a full list of exhibitors.
    T.J. Monkey's - Humorous musical group, with details of upcoming events, interesting thoughts and cars.
    VeryWendy - Offers custom illustration and art work for invitations, gifts, and wall hanging. Includes products, examples, contact information, and affiliate program.
    Vision Festival - Avant-garde jazz, dancers, poets and visual artists. An annual event. This was the one that took place in May, 1999.
    Zailen Entertainment - An events planning and promotional company hosting 18 and over college parties for the gay, straight, and bisexual NYC college communities.

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