Cultural & Entertainment

Alex Cao Photography

102 Allen

212-925-6822

http://www.alexcao.com/

Arlene’s Grocery

95 Stanton

212-358-1633

6pm - 4am

n the heart of The LES is the most revered rock n roll club which spawned the Strokes and Jeff Buckley and plays home to some of the city's newest and most original rock music. With two rooms you can enjoy a quiet pint before getting your rock on!

http://www.arlenesgrocery.net/

Facebook: facebook.com/arlenesgrocery

Twitter: twitter.com/arlenesgrocery

Assafa Islamic Mosque

172 Allen

212-253-1053

Great News ! The New Assafa Jame Masjid & Islamic Center will hopefully expand to a Nine-storey Building,Insha-allah. Construction of the Islamic Center has been completed up to the 6th floor. Construcion is running very rapidly.

http://www.assafaislamiccenter.org/

Bidoun

47 Orchard

212-475-0123

www.bidoun.com

Brandsway Creative

77-79 Ludlow / 2nd Floor

212-966-7900

10am-6pm

Branding, marketing and public relations company.

www.brandswaycreative.com

Twitter: twitter.com/brandsway

Buddist Temple

85 Hester

917-250-3268

Chinese Christian Herald Crusades & Herald Bookstore

48 Allen

212-334-2033

http://www.heraldyouth.org/contact.html

CLEMENTE SOTO VELEZ CULTURAL & EDUCATIONAL CENTER

107 Suffolk Street

212-260-4080

Founded in 1993, the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center (CSV) is a Puerto Rican/Latino cultural institution that is focused on the cultivation, presentation and preservation of Puerto Rican and Latino culture.

www.csvcenter.org

Cuchifritos/Artists Alliance

120 Essex

212-598-4124

http://www.aai-nyc.org/

Henry Street Settlement

265 Henry Street
 (at the corner of Montgomery Street, one block east of Henry Street)

212-766-9200


Since its founding in 1893 by social work pioneer Lillian D. Wald, Henry Street has met continuously the needs of its Lower East Side neighbors. Today, Henry Street offers a wealth of social services and cultural programs, including educational and recreational opportunities for youth, shelters and transitional housing, workforce development programs, mental health services, services for seniors and home-bound individuals, and a multi-disciplinary arts programming at its Abrons Arts Center. Henry Street's Abrons Arts Center is one of the first arts facilities in the nation designed for a predominantly low-income population. Located at 466 Grand Street, the Center hosts year-round classes for children and adults, as well as arts-in-ducation programming in public schools, artists-in-residence opportunities and regular performances and gallery exhibits.
www.henrystreet.org
info@henrystreet.org
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