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2 for 4 Groupon Deal with Bottle of Wine at Antalia, NYC

Named for a picturesque Turkish province nestled in the mountains, AnTalia is a Mediterranean restaurant co-owned by its manager and an experienced Turkish chef. As master of the kitchen, AnTalia’s chef fills the menu with classic dishes such as iskender kebabs, featuring slices of lamb shaved from […]

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$25 Groupon Deal for $45 Value at Istanbul Restaurant, Brooklyn, NY

Way back in 1997, a wrestler from Turkey decided to bring his native cuisine to New York City. Since then, Riza Atas has passed Istanbul Restaurant onto his son—as the eatery still retains its traditional Turkish cachet, especially in the food. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll […]

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Banner ilanlarınızla Atatürk Okulu’na destek olabilirsiniz !!

Sayın Üyelerimiz ve Türk Toplumu, Biliyorsunuz, sitemiz yaklaşık 11 senedir yayında. Sitemizin yeni tasarımıyla tekrar karşınızdayız. Sitemiz her geçen gün, hafta ve ay yenileniyor, güncelleniyor, gelişiyor. Eski yayın dönemlerinden beri birçok ziyaretçi aldı. Merkezi New York’ta olan birliğimizin en önemli amaçlarından biri, Atatürk Okulumuzun devamlılığını ve gelişmesini […]

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Hale TENGER, an internationally established multimedia artist beyond conventional boundaries

ISTANBUL — Unpredictable weather means winter isn’t the most popular season for visiting Istanbul, but it is a great time for gallery-hopping: Many of the best museums and art spaces in the Beyoglu district have just opened compelling new exhibitions. Read more…  The most powerful piece in […]

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US lawmakers extend support as Turks hold largest business gathering in Washington

More than a dozen lawmakers from both sides of the aisle and both chambers of the United States Congress flooded a welcome reception at a US Senate building in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday as Turkish-Americans are preparing to hold their largest-ever business gathering. The annual convention, organized […]

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4th Annual Turkish Music Institute Workshop: April 13-17, 2015

Midtown Manhattan New York City is pleased to announce 4th Annual Turkish Music Institute Workshop in New York City. This year the workshop will offer six classes that focus on practical use of music theory, intonation, and modal repertoire analysis and interpretation taught by world-renowned master teachers. […]

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Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul

On a windswept afternoon in mid-December, the writer Orhan Pamuk stood in a leafy square around the corner from Istanbul University, absorbed in a 40-year-old memory. He walked past parked motorcycles, sturdy oaks and a stone fountain, browsing through secondhand books in front of cluttered shops occupying […]

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MET’s unparalleled collection of Ottoman arts, arms and armor

The Koç Family Galleries (459 and 460) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York present the art of the Ottoman world in a series of grand spaces, showing the rich diversity of courtly, provincial, and village art. The collection features carpets, textiles and the Greater […]

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Turkish Artists Add Color to NY Art Scene

Spring in New York is all about visual art… The city fairly explodes with the influx of contemporary art from visiting international galleries and thousands of artists and their works. Collectors and art lovers from all over the world are willing to traipse through the late winter […]

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10 Contemporary Turkish Artists You Should Know

When you think of Turkish art, your first association might be Byzantine mosaics or the world-famous architecture of the Hagia Sophia. But obviously, there are amazing things happening in contemporary Turkish art, too, and we thought we’d highlight ten of our favorites. Taner Ceylan: One of Turkey’s most […]

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