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Art Under Glass

in Murray Hill
E 23rd St, New York, New York 10010

My career as a successful fashion designer and entrepreneur has spanned more than 30 years. In 1990 I developed my own manufacturing company "A Head Start" accessory and clothing company. I developed produced, artfully designed, unique, casual and career women's clothing with international distribution in Europe and Asia. In 2005 I sold the company...

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Brooklyn Public Library

in Midwood
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, New York 11238

As an independent system, separate from the New York City and Queens libraries, Brooklyn Public Library serves the borough's 2.5 million residents, offering thousands of public programs, millions of books and use of more than 1,100 free Internet-accessible computers. Just some of the many things you can do at BPL: -Use our Articles & Databases...

Atelier Artisane

in Long Island City

I grew up in the south of France, surrounded by the lavender fields of Provence, alongside flourishing sunflowers and olive trees. I developed a passion for the fragrances of nature as a child and started making and collecting my own perfume as a hobby. My passion has evolved into a love for candles and the cozy, healing ambiance they create in your...

Mugi Studio

in Upper West Side
993 Amsterdam Ave, New York, New York 10025

MUGI was started as a working studio and gallery space in Manhattan in 1983 by three adventurous potters looking to establish a venue to sell their work and make pottery classes available to the population of Upper West Side. Right from the beginning they had great local support and MUGI continues to be a thriving part of the Upper West Side community. ...

Beecher's Handmade Cheese & the Cellar

in Flatiron
900 Broadway, New York, New York 10003

At the Cheese shops in Seattle's historic Pike Place Market and New York's Flatiron District, visitors press their noses against the windows to witness a vat of creamy white milk transformed by the expert hands of the cheesemaker. Although he is aided in the process by simple machinery, the cheesemaker is crafting cheese using the same techniques that...

The Village Kitchen

in Greenwich Village
109 Macdougal St Ste 2, New York, New York 10012

Red Inside offers hands-on cooking classes. Experience our cooking classes in our state of the art kitchen studio and learn valuable life skills. We offer a warm and inviting environment to inspire everyone to cook. From cooking lessons to Private dining, Catering and Consulting Services. We take two things: Food and Fun and mix them together to create...

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"Wildman" Steve Brill

in Far Rockaway
Central Park W & W 103rd St, New York, New York 10025

Foraging expert Steve Brill has shared his foraging wisdom at schools, museums, parks departments, environmental organizations, and with scout troops since 1982. He’s written three books and an app, stars in a DVD and maintains a website. His History with Foraging  As part of his exercise regime, he was bicycling past a local park in Queens,...

American School of Flower Design

in Doraville
131 W 28th St, New York, New York 10001

World renowned floral designer Michael Gaffney teaches flower design from the ground up. Learn from the master and you, too, could become a designer. Want an artistic, creative life that adds emotional significance to nearly any experience? Then consider American Floral Design Schools. Once upon a time, Michael Gaffney worked away in a cubicle on...

French General

in Los Angeles
2009 Riverside Dr, Los Angeles, California 90039

Kaari Meng began designing jewelry for Bergdorf Goodman after graduating from the jewelry program at FIT in New York City in 1992. In need of a hat pin, Kaari designed a collection of pins and presented them to the jewelry buyer at the monthly open-buy day. The buyer at Bergdorf's bought all of Kaari's designs and requested a full collection of jewelry...

Plum & Honey

117 9th St Ste 120, Brooklyn, New York 11215

Katie Rosenhouse, Chef/Founder of Plum & Honey Katie moved to New York in 2005 to attend New York University. After obtaining a pastry position at Bouley restaurant in Tribeca, she quickly realized that her love of cooking was ultimately the path she wanted to follow. She enrolled in the French Culinary Institute where she received a Grand Diploma...

Tribeca Clayworks

in TriBeCa
120 Warren St, New York, New York 10007

Tribeca Clayworks, the first clay studio in Tribeca, has been conducting ceramics classes for the past 20 years. Now housed at the Downtown Community Center, we offer classes for adults and children. Our classes are taught by professional ceramic artists in our fully-equipped ceramics studio. With pottery wheels, slab rollers, clay extruders, electric...

De Gustibus Cooking School

in Midtown
151 W 34th St Macy's Herald Square, 8th Fl, New York, New York 10001

De Gustibus was founded in 1980 by Arlene Feltman Sailhac and is now owned and run by Salvatore Rizzo, former Director of House Operations and Events at the James Beard Foundation. The mission of the school is: “To continue the tradition of serving the culinary community by showcasing the talents of established chefs, rising stars, and sommeliers...

Le Grand Triage: Wine & Whiskey

in Upper East Side
1657 First Ave, New York, New York 10028

Le Grand Triage is your destination for wine, spirits, classes, and more. We were founded with the mission to make stellar wine and spirits accessible to everyone. In our retail space, we feature producers that are transparent about their production practices by carrying a highly curated selection of wine and spirits. In the annex behind our retail...

New York City College of Technology

in Online
300 Jay St, New York, New York 11201

Your college years represent a precious opportunity to gather knowledge, personal strength and resolve for a future that offers unimaginable opportunities for those that have the fortitude to seize them. New York City College of Technology can provide you with these opportunities if you take advantage of the College’s educational offerings and supporting...

Staten Island MakerSpace

in Sunset Park
450 Front St, Staten Island, New York 10304

Staten Island MakerSpace was founded in 2013 by sculptors, DB Lampman and Scott Van Campen.  DB works in mixed mediums, and has a background in dance, performance art, and arts administration. Scott is a metalworker and in addition to making sculpture, has operated his architectural metalworking business New York Custom Fabricators in the space...

The Yarn Company

in Upper West Side
2274 Broadway, New York, New York 10024

From the lush walls of colorful yarns to the latest fabric design lines, The Yarn Company turns crafting into an art form. The new co-owners and siblings, Tavy and Assaf Ronen, who took over the legendary Upper West Side yarn store this Spring, have created a modern and clean gallery space brimming with creative energy. Small orange trees sit in the...

Bridge For Dance

in Upper West Side
2726 Broadway 3rd Fl, New York, New York 10025

 Dancers for All Ages. Bridge for Dance, Inc. offers educational outreach for public and private school students, teachers and dance educators as well as other organizations. We believe dance as a kinesthetic practice can have a valuable influence on dancers of all ages by stimulating our mind/body connection with a unique and exciting movement...