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Central Synagogue

Dubbed by the Wall Street Journal as New York’s first “mega-shul,” Central Synagogue is one of the largest Jewish congregations in North America and the oldest synagogue in New York City in continuous use.

Christ Church

Seeking to love God above all things and their neighbors as themselves, Christ Church is a United Methodist church serving Midtown East and New York City.

Confucius Institute for Business at SUNY

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The Confucius Institute for Business at SUNY (CIB) is the destination for people and companies currently or seeking to be engaged with the China business world. CIB builds bridges between the U.S. and China through thought leadership, education, special events and cultural and business exchanges.

Davis & Langdale

Davis & Langdale is an art gallery specializing in 19th and 20th century American and British works.
Autumn Exhibition
Including works by William Bailey, Thomas Barker of Bath, Robert Bevan, David Cox, William Glackens, Duncan Grant, Sheila Hicks, William Henry Hunt, Gwen John, Sir Edwin Landseer, Edward Lear, David Levine, Elmer Livingston MacRae, Alice Neel, Sir William Orpen, Fairfield Porter, Charles Prendergast, Maurice Prendergast, Paul Sandby, Walter Richard Sickert, John Sloan, Joseph Stella, and Bill Traylor

Lillian Nassau

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For over seventy years, Lillian Nassau has been the first and foremost dealer in the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios including Tiffany lamps, favrile glass, favrile pottery and metalwork. They also deal in late 19th and early 20th century decorative arts and sculpture, and Mid-Century Modern and Studio furniture and design.

The Paley Center for Media

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Free Admission to the Paley Center
Previously known as The Museum of Television & Radio, the Paley Center is the premier nonprofit cultural institution that showcases the importance and impact of media on our society. The Paley Center has the nation’s largest publicly accessible archive of TV, radio, and new media programming. Referred to as a national treasure, the collection holds over 160,000 programs from over 70 countries, spanning almost 100 years. In addition, the Paley Center presents ticketed events with TV stars in person year-round, including PaleyFest - the world famous television festival each October.

The Paley Center for Media

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Free Admission to the Paley Center
Previously known as The Museum of Television & Radio, the Paley Center is the premier nonprofit cultural institution that showcases the importance and impact of media on our society. The Paley Center has the nation’s largest publicly accessible archive of TV, radio, and new media programming. Referred to as a national treasure, the collection holds over 160,000 programs from over 70 countries, spanning almost 100 years. In addition, the Paley Center presents ticketed events with TV stars in person year-round, including PaleyFest - the world famous television festival each October.

Throckmorton Fine Art

Spencer Throckmorton founded Throckmorton Fine Art in 1980 and has become one of the foremost sources for important Latin American Contemporary and Vintage Photography, as well as for antique Pre-Columbian artworks, and Chinese Jade and Antiquities. Throckmorton is unique in its approach to dealing in several categories and for supporting a vigorous exhibition and publishing program for each specialty.

Turtle Bay Music School

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Turtle Bay Music School strives to spread the transformative power of music by providing the highest quality music education and experiences to all who seek them.

Central Synagogue

Dubbed by the Wall Street Journal as New York’s first “mega-shul,” Central Synagogue is one of the largest Jewish congregations in North America and the oldest synagogue in New York City in continuous use.
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123 East 55th Street
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