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The Carnival Association organizes a festival and parade each Labor Day weekend in Brooklyn. It attracts the most attendance of any parade in New York City.
This nature sanctuary
\nwas created in 1957. Making use of seven miles of trails and a 200-year-old
\nformer church that has been transformed into a nature center, the
Located on West 43rd Street, the Westside Theater is an Off-Broadway venue that houses two theaters. The theater focuses on giving emerging playwrights an opportunity to showcase their work.
Inspired by Italian gardens of the Renaissance, the late
\nChauncey Stillman built a 10-acre formal garden in the backyard of his
WET is a nonprofit production company that produces media that challenges female stereotypes and advocates for equality.
A nonprofit gallery in Chelsea, White Box exhibits works by emerging and established artists in solo and themed group shows throughout the year.
Founded in 1969 as an alternative art space, White Columns presents an ongoing program of culturally diverse exhibitions, publishes artists books and limited editions and commissions new large-scal