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- The Best Public Toilets in New York City
Most New Yorkers will go out of their way to help a stranger in need. Be it giving directions to tourists, holding an elevator for the last person in, or reminding you to not forget your belongings when exiting a taxicab. But if you need to use a bathroom it is a totally different story.
- The American Lung Association's 90th Anniversary Christmas Seals . Web Site
The American Lung Association's Christmas Seal site offers holiday e-mailers a choice of 10 Seals to accompany their personally written note to friends and family.
- Gabby Cabby
If you are looking for a taxi to take you from here to there, you have come to the right spot. Allow me to introduce myself to you. I am known as the Gabby Cabby, story teller extraordinary.
- New York Skyride
Located in the Empire State Building, New York Skyride is a State-of-the Art Big Screen Thrill Ride that takes you on a One-of-a-Kind Tour of New York.
- Red Wagon Supermarket
Shopping at your Fingertips! Red Wagon Supermarket is the first on-line grocery store in New York City. They currently serve customers in Midtown, the Upper East Side, and the Upper West Side, but will be expanding soon to cover more of the New York City area. They aim to provide customers with a compelling value; when shopping with Red Wagon there are No membership fees and No delivery charges. Because they don't have a retail store -- just a warehouse --- they can offer Great Prices and Free Delivery! Furthermore, there is no need to pay in advance. Red Wagon accepts payment upon delivery.
- Axis New York
Complete New York City night life guide including a restaurants, bars, broadway shows, mass transit, NY pro sports team scedules and seating charts and more.
- New York Trash
New York Trash is a resource for everything trashy in New York. New York Trash is a highly opinionated, sometimes brazen and rude place. Kind of like New York itself. You will find stuff here that we think is cool and trashy from the Rotten Apple, not a bland, broad guide to everything in NYC. This site also has a decidedly downtown slant to it. So if you want to know about bars on the Upper East Side, you can leave now. But, if you want the lowdown on the bands, bars and beliefs that keep New York trashy (and fun), come on in! Just don't forget to scrape the soles of your shoes after you leave.
New York City is a vibrant cultural capital, but if you live here, chances are you don't have lots of time to keep up with everything that's going on. Sidewalk is designed to make your life easier when it comes to choosing among the thousands of entertainment options New York has to offer. Use the comprehensive listings, compiled by a staff of experienced writers and editors, to find a new restaurant worth trying, for example, or a great band to see this weekend. Whatever your movies, restaurants, music, theater, sports, museums and the information you need is at Sidewalk.
The first online book from NYU Press -- Wendy M. Grossman's new book on the power dynamics of cyberspace.
How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch? -- Imponderables are the little mysteries of everyday life that drive you nuts. Dave Feldman's humble mission in life is to eradicate Imponderability from this sorrowful planet. To this end, he's written nine volumes of Imponderables(R) books.
- Home Office Records
A new (late 1996) arrival on the NYC indie music scene, Home Office Records is proud to be working with a few fine bands, and to be hanging with a lot of fine music. Check us out for new news!
- Through the Eyes of a Child
take a trip through the neighborhoods of twelve children living in New York City.
- Vagrant Gaze
Dedicated to supplying a voice for those residents of New York City who typically go unheard -- Panhandlers are given a disposable camera and are asked to photograph anything that they deem to be important and worthy.
- Joseph Pobereskin's New York
Recent photographs of New York City.
Planning a big night out? Tired of the same old take-out menus? With information on more than 5,000 restaurants in New York City, 4Dining provides instant access to a wide range of dining options.
Jim Leff, New York City's ChowHound, provides his incredible insight about food in the city.
- Waterfront Ale House
Two locations -- One in Brooklyn, and the other in Manhattan. Excellent food and a wonderful beer menu!
- New York City Facts and Trivia
From the New York City Convention and Tourist Bureau -- New York City offers incomparable attractions, world-renowned restaurants, hotels, theaters, entertainment and shopping. Here is a glimpse of why millions of visitors think the Big Apple is the most diverse and exciting visitor destination in the world.
- The Made in New York Store
The Made in New York Store is the only store whose every item is produced or manufactured exclusively in New York by the most creative people in the World. Take our virtual elevator to each floor of our on-line department store to shop for the best of wines, microbrews, chocolates, jewelry, cosmetics, travel bags, housewares, sporting goods, furniture, toys, collectibles, books and timepieces. PLUS enjoy such special services as Guest Chef Cooking Classes, Virtual Wine Tastings, Personal Shopper, Gift Wrap Desk, Concierge, and e-mail newsletter.
- New Jersey SCUBA Diving
Don't let the name fool you... divers in New Jersey, NYC, and surrounding areas share the fantastic dive sites just off our coast in the area known as "Wreck Valley". NJ SCUBA includes information about these shipwrecks (including a growing "virtual museum" of the Andrea Doria), other dive sites in the area, and plenty of general SCUBA information for divers anywhere.
- Tuesday Evening Hour, Inc.
A listing of links to sites run by companies, organizations or agencies concerned with or impacting on the environment.
- Metro Commute
The graphical image reports real-time travel speeds 24 HOURS PER DAY, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, for the Long Island Expressway and the Grand Central/Northern State Parkway, from Elmhurst, Queens to Hauppauge, in Suffolk County. Also included are portions of the Clearview Expressway (I-295), Cross Island Parkway, Meadowbrook Parkway, Wantagh Parkway, Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (NY 135), and the Sagtikos Parkway.
- STS-73 View of Earth (New York)
Long Island, New York stretches across the scene. The New York City metropolitan complex is at the left; Central Park can be seen as a dark rectangle between the Hudson and East Rivers. Sandy beaches of the Long Island barrier islands mark the boundary between Atlantic Ocean and quiet lagoons and marshes. The frame was exposed with the In-Flight Electronic Still Camera aboard the Space Shuttle (STS-73).
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