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  • Hi-Tech Electronics

    47 Canal St. New York, NY 10002
    212-219-3794

    http://www.newhitech.net

  • The Hispanic Federation

    55 Exchange Place New York, NY 10005
    212-233-8955

    http://www.hispanicfederation.org

  • Hispanic Society of America

    Hispanic Society of America

    613 W. 155th St. New York, NY 10032
    212-926-2234

    http://www.hispanicsociety.org The velvety maroon interior of the Hispanic Society of America, speckled with luminescent candy-copper-coated "lustre" tableware, occasionally reverberates with the voices of blue-shirted guards, but is mostly surface-of-the-moon reeaal quiet. The (not-such-a) big secret is the upside-down inscription that the Duchess of Alba aims a dainty digit at ("Solo Goya"aonly Goya) in a portrait by her lover, whose name starts with a "G." But many items besides the oil-on-canvas anchors by VelA!zquez, El Greco, JoaquAn Sorolla y Bastida, and Goya suggest their own myriad mysteries: If the azulejos de artes y oficios are tiles depicting jobs people worked in 18th-century Spain, then what does the guy with no left leg and missing right arm do, even if that crutch is actually an upside-down (again!) hoe? Not to mention the man and woman thumb wrestling. (Also nabs Most Stunning Gift Shop category.) Hours: Tue-Sat 10am-4:30pm Sun 1pm-4pm More >>

  • Historic Richmond Town Guided Tours

    Historic Richmond Town Guided Tours

    441 Clarke Ave. Staten Island, NY 10306
    718-351-1611

    Historic Richmond Town, a "historic village and museum complex" devoted to Staten Island's "bygone era," provides "trained costumed interpreters," bonnet-clad women and aproned men, to guide guests in slate writing and wood chopping. While visitors idle in a shoemaker's house, a reconstructed sawmill, and a tinsmith shop, teens possessing a "serious interest" in millinery or fireplace cooking can participate in the "apprentice program" of their choice. More >>

  • HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies

    1051 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10032
    212-543-5969

    http://www.hivcenternyc.org The HIV Center primarily follows a grant-funded research agenda, but its ties to NYC community groups such as Harlem United and Body Positive show a commitment not just to science, but also to the social impact of its studies. Within the past few years, work has focused on sexual transmission of HIV, gender-specific interventions and treatment strategies for infected populations. And the center serves as the vital link between it and like institutions: it is affiliated with 18 other major HIV research centers in the New York tri-state area to promote inter-institutional, multi-disciplinary collaborations, and also works with scientists, students and activists everywhere from California to Wisconsin. More >>

  • HIV Law Project

    15 Maiden Lane New York, NY 10038
    212-577-3001

    http://www.hivlawproject.org The Law Project provides free legal services to low-income and under-served communities living with HIV/AIDS. Volunteers and lawyers help HIV patientsaparticularly women and their childrenafind housing, make guardian arrangement and reap entitlement/disability benefits. More >>

  • Holding Our Own

    373 Central Ave. Albany, NY 12206
    518-462-2871

    This funding group isnat grassroots, but does organize, cooperate with, and fund grassroots womenas organizations. It broadly opposes bias based on race, gender, age, income, disability, or sexual orientation. This is a good place to give money or ask for money if youare into pro-woman organizing. More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    7414 13th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11228
    718-745-7600

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, the massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    750 6th Ave. New York, NY 10010
    212-206-1101

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, the massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    369 Third Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-679-4004

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, this massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    1318 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-7020

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, the massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    7013 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-238-5220

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, the massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Hollywood Tans

    1875 86th St. Brooklyn, NY 11214
    718-234-8180

    http://www.hollywoodtan.com Even though Hollywood Tans lists avanitya as a health benefit, the massive chain deserves credit for popularizing one of the first UV-free booths. Adorned with purple stars, these silver tomb-like boxes have nine jets which spritz out bronzers and oils (lasting about a week). More >>

  • Home Cooking New York

    236 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10001

  • HomeBase Project

    764 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, NY 10031
    N/A

  • Homing Cloud

    42 Cowdin Circle Chappaqua, NY 10514
    914-319-7646

    http://www.homingcloud.com

  • Honey In The Rough

    161 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002

    http://www.honeyintherough.com Since 2006, Honey In The Rough (www.honeyintherough.com) has offered creative, quality clothing for women from unique and international designers. The childrenswear will be an extension of this original concept, offering styles from designers like Soft Gallery, Little Leif and Mini & Maximus. The store will also carry women's designer clothing from Peter Jensen and Tsumori Chisato with comfortable and oversized selections to keep mothers and those expecting looking fashionable. Ashley Hanosh, owner of the store, is known for her personal shopping and has said this was a natural evolution as so many of her customers are now mothers. "Part of the personal shopper's job is to adjust and adjust to their client's needs. This was a natural transition but also something I've wanted to do for many years", says Ashley. More >>

  • Hong Kong Tailor Jack

    136 Waverly Place New York, NY 10014
    212-675-0818

    In case you missed it, when a tailor name-checks Hong Kong, it's a sure sign of quality. This West Village outpost treats both men and women well. More >>

  • Hoshi Coupe II

    214 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-505-0383

    As my style-maven friend Shirley pointed out, never trust a 'Japanese' salon staffed by white people. NB: Only in New York would so pretentious a place command enough of a following to require two locations. More >>

  • Housing Works

    320 W. 13th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-645-8111

    http://www.housingworks.org Housing Works is New York's biggest community-based AIDS service organization. In addition to running an award-winning used book cafA(c) in Soho and several charity thrift shops, the supergroup is also responsible for a thriving HIV support program. Just some of the many ways you can get involved are by volunteering to work at the bookstore, thrift shops, or at client services, or by joining them at a protest rally. More >>

  • Hullabaloo Books

    771 Franklin Ave. New York, NY 11238

  • Human Rights Watch

    350 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10034
    212-290-4700

    http://www.hrw.org

  • Hungarian Cultural Center

    447 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-750-4450

  • HX (and HX.com)

    230 W. 17th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-352-3535

    http://www.hx.com This alt/gay/entertainment site is more infomative than steamy, and more for PR than activism. That's not to say it's not a good source for LGBT events. It certainly shows promise as a community-building (or, nightlife-party-crowd-building) group/site. More >>

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