- Acronym Finder
Offers acronyms and abbreviations.
- National Gallery of Art
Official site for the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Includes information on collections, exhibitions, tours, education, and programs and events.
Guide to museum-quality fine art on the Internet, with directory of artists, collections, and other resources. Learn about great artists and their masterpieces in the Artcyclopedia, as well as common art terms, periods and movements, and art museums worldwide.
- National Gallery London, The
Collection information and schedule of events.
- British Monarchy
Official site for the British Monarchy. Includes info on Queen Elizabeth II, recent photos and videos, the royal family tree, FAQs, and articles about the crown jewels and other subjects.
- Arts Council England
National development agency for the arts in England, providing funding for a range of arts related activities.
- Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
MPAA movie ratings, press releases, and organization information.
Annual International Film Festival, held in Berlin. Site in English and German.
- Saatchi Gallery, The
Official site of The Saatchi Gallery. Presents contemporary artwork by largely unseen young artists or by established international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the U.K.
- Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Property professional body with members throughout the world. Specialising in all aspects of the property profession.
- Vogue (UK)
Daily insider news, designer interviews, catwalk shots, and a calendar of upcoming events.
- 10 Downing Street
London home and office of British Prime Minister David Cameron. Includes news, press conferences, magazine, information, broadcasts, and more.
- Andy Warhol Museum, The
The Andy Warhol Museum features extensive collections of his art, film & video, and other works related to Andy Warhol's life.
- Palace Museum
Preserves and displays nearly a million art treasures recording Chinese history and culture of the past 5000 years.
- Hooters (6)
Explore the world of Hooters, the American restaurant chain with its seafood and sandwich menu, casual atmosphere, and the famous Hooters Girls. Sites feature official page, history, trivia, employee handbook, controversy, photo gallery and profiles of Hooter Girls, as well as men's magazine based on the restaurant chain.
- Esquire (5)
Find sites for Esquire, the general interest magazine for men, which has been often contributed by literary giants such as Ernest Hemingway and F.Scott Fitzgerald.
With information on their menswear and womenswear lines, makeup, perfumes, and skin care products.
- Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Museum of Western European painting and decorative arts. Includes an extensive collection of Dutch masters.
- Great Buildings Collection, The
Featuring architecture and architects from Stonehenge to Fallingwater, around the world and across history. Learn about architectural types, see timeslines of architects and their work, or see images, drawings and 3D models.