The Noyes Museum. Fine art within beautiful lake-side archetecture. Lily Lake Rd., Oceanville, NJ 08231. Tel. 609 652-8848.

Cape May Jazz Festival. Check out this year's headliners and dates or reserve tickets online.

New Jersey Arts Council. A major granting institution on all levels, for individuals, artists in the schools, non-profit organizations. Visit site for details and deadlines.

Newpages Guide to literary magazines. Large listing of print and online mags, some of which are reviewed.

Bay Atlantic Symphony. Visit site for venues and schedule.

Still Waters Press. Shirley Lake ("August Morning") publishes beautiful chapbooks of annual winners of Moonfire Woman Award. Previous Still Waters Press award winners include Marylisa W. DeDomenicis, Dale Laszig, Edward Mast. Visit site for complete booklist, poem by this year's Moonfire winner, submission guide, other items of interest.

The Pedestal Magazine. Recently celebrating its fifth anniversary. Online poetry, fiction and non-fiction, forum, an excellent collection of links to other literary magazines.

The Danforth Review. A Canadian online magazine with clean design and lots of interesting-looking material.

Poetry Magazine. Huge well-organized and well-presented online poetry collection of contemporary poets as well as archives of many classic poets. Not affiliated with any other publication.

Passaic County Community College Poetry Center. Calendar of readings and events statewide. Links to many poetry publications. Guidelines for prizes in fiction and poetry including the Paterson Poetry Prize and the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award.

Bernard Paul Sypniewski's course material for computer science courses at Rowan University. The site looks innocent at first, but you just might find yourself playing "Program the Robot" or visiting the Cliff Pickover Encyclopedia of Hoaxes.

Beyond Chomsky Website. Edited by Bernard Sypniewski. Linguistics papers advancing the study of language as it is actually used, as opposed to Noam Chomsky's mathematical paradigms.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Editor's choice, #1 website, an undertaking almost befitting its subject: Over 3500 works of art online spanning the globe and human history. The Met's entire European Painting collection is online. Also: Met Store, schedule of exhibits.

New York Times first chapters. Links directly to an alphabetical-by-author selection of hundreds of first chapters of novels and story collections.

Philosophy Around the Web. British philosopher Peter J. King's informal yet amazingly organized introduction to pathways of becoming a philosopher, academic and otherwise. Includes frank comments and practical advice on following philosophy as a career as well as a lengthy bibliography of philosophical writings from Aristotle to the present day.

Artworkbygar. Ocean City sculptor and wood carver. Unique and impressive works with local materials and seaside influences.

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