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The William H. Moore House is an ancient historical house that stands located in New York. Constructed in the year 1898, the house is a noted avenue in New York. The building elegantly depicts the Renaissance style of architecture. It encompasses a land cover of less than one acre. The site has also been registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It is regarded as one of the finer examples of the archetypal turn of the century stone house.
Howard Greenberg Gallery was established by Howard Greenberg in 1981. This gallery houses a humongous collection of exquisite photographs by some of the most internationally renowned names in the field. Founded with an aim to promote journalistic and street photography, this gallery subsequently opened its doors to include the art form as a whole. In the past, this gallery has hosted works by artists such as Eikoh Hosoe, Peter Keetman, Gordon Parks and Olaf Otto Becker, among others.
The glass walled MTV Studios is a hub of buzzing entertainment activities, where several musical and other glamorous productions take place. This studio has hosted several stars like Beyonce and Pete. Very well-equipped, this studio is popular for its celebrity clientele and has witnessed production of several well-known programs.
La Boîte, the brainchild of chef Lior Lev Sercarz, dealing exclusively with spices and biscuits, is located in Manhattan's Hell Kitchen neighborhood. The inception of La Boîte began dates back to 2006, when Sercarz created a range of French biscuits. His travels around the world enabled him to get acquainted with various spices. Finally in 2011 he could boast of his own store where visitors can purchase not only his creations but also imported spices. But this place turned out to be more than just a spice and biscuit shop, it also functions as an art gallery with a rotating collection of works on display.
Are you 18 and over and love a good satire? Head over to the Daily Show Studios. Watch the taping of Jon Stewart's hilarious Daily Show, which makes fun of headlines running in the news. Catch the sarcasm of Colbert on the Colbert Show which involves loads of sarcastic wit and arguing with the guests! Walk in before 5p between Monday and Thursday and tickle your funny bone. Admission is on first come first serve basis and if you call the studio and happen to be among the first 60 callers, they arrange free tickets for you.