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Soundview Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Thurs: 12 pm-6 pm Tues & Wed: 11 am-7 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The Soundview Branch of The New York Public Library, which opened in 1973, is a bright, airy one-story marble building located on Soundview Avenue near Seward Avenue. Partially accessible to persons who use wheelchairs, the branch houses adult, young adult, and children's books, a small Spanish language collection, a non-print collection of videos, CDs, CD-ROMs, language tapes, and books on tape available for borrowing. A meeting room is available for community group use. For more information on the branch, click here.

Spuyten Duyvil Branch-New York Public Library

Mon - Thurs: 10 am-7 pm Fri: 12 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The Spuyten Duyvil Branch of the New York Public Library is located in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, one block west of the Henry Hudson Parkway. Designed by architect Giorgio Cavaglieri, the building opened to the public in August of 1971. A one-story structure, it is accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. The branch's name comes from the Dutch Spuit den Duyvil, loosely translated as the Devil's Spate. This was the name 17th-century Dutch settlers gave to a now extinct waterway separating the northern tip of Manhattan from ...

St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Astoria, Queens, serves as the host of major choral-orchestral concerts for the Astoria Symphonic Choir and Astoria Symphony Orchestra.

Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse

The penthouse, part of the Lincoln Center campus, holds events on the 10th floor of the Samuel B. and David Rose Building, on West 65th Street between Columbus Avenue and Amsterdam Avenue.

Stathakion Cultural Center

A community center with theatrical stage fully equipped with lights, sound, video projection and other accommodations for live performances and cultural functions on the second level and a performance, meeting hall on the main level.

Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall

Opened in 1891, the largest hall at Carnegie Hall has showcased some of the world's greatest soloists, conductors and ensembles. Throughout its century-plus history, the space has been the forum for important jazz events, historic lectures, noted educational forums and much more. Designed by architect and cellist William Burnett Tuthill and renovated in 1986, the auditorium's curvilinear design allows the stage to become a focal point embraced by five levels of seating, which accommodates up to 2,804. The auditorium's acoustics have made it a favorite of audiences and performers alike. View a seating chart