discoveries; things to amuse or use
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Fun puppet lovers will find an unusual and interesting choice at the Children\'s Museum in Manhattan.
Here is a juicy orange lobster.
$12 Red Claws95.
The museum store also has many other puppets at 314 West 54 Street. 2.
Adrienne Arundel\'s beautiful cowboy bow bows to the beach, ensuring that your hair will be stylish in the summer.
The bow has a variety of styles-
On the headband or ponytail, there are solid or striped, with or without rhinestones.
The Ponytail Bow shown here is $35, made of soft light denim and rhinestones.
Located between 694 Madison Avenue, La Coupe, 62d and 63d.
You can also order bows. 3. Opera-
Where can I find a fashion cotton sweater for $15?
In repeated performances, the thrift store has brought benefits to the New York City Opera House.
The sweater shown here has a small chapter
The Ralph Lauren label is part of a large number of new sweaters ($15 each)
Polo shirt ($8 each)
Bought from a store on Fifth Avenue.
Repeat the show at 220 East 23d Street. 4.
This ceramic vase from Loudwear is brightly colored: blue, orange, yellow, red, green, gray and black slices, all on a white background.
The vase is handmade in the UK for $165.
Chelsea pass on Barnes, 7 th and 17 th streets in New York.
A version of this article was printed on page C00014 of the National edition on May 13, 1987, with the title: Discovery;
Something to entertain or use.