Library Nomad Hotel-Library Book Bar-NYCAdd NewThe Library at the Nomad Hotel has two floors of books to drink with

There are plenty of pubs where literary legends have drunk, but we’ve tracked down the best bars with books in New York City, so you can endure the freezing weather with booze in one hand and a good read in the other. 


1-Looking Up 1-28-16 - Version 2Thomas Friedman’s ‘Looking Up’ on Park Avenue

In New York City, the month of February will usher in thoughtful exhibits and installations, both indoor and outdoor, highlighting the way we live and work. Technology and the digital arts have arrived with a full-force of exhibits, translating our inner hard-drives into colorful patterns of our everyday web-lives. They are joined by a view of the spaces we live and work in, from our urban boxes to our loft-like live/work spaces.

The Guggenheim Museum will walk hand-in-hand with Times Square Arts and The Public Art Fund to show us How To Work Better.  Life as seen through our artistic endeavors can shine a light on global issues that touch us all and it can present in images conditions in other parts of our world, both past and present. In the end, we are all Looking Up at the same sky, even if not from Park Avenue.

Without further ado, 18 exhibits to check out in February: (more…)

Hemingway between two wars exhibition New Yorker article composed image. Photography Graham Haber 2015, includes Morgan and JFK Library materialsHemingway’s ID & first drafts © The Morgan Library & Museum. JFK Presidential Library and Museum. Pic: Graham S. Haber

The creators of a new Ernest Hemingway exhibition claim that they want to humanize the larger-than-life author. Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars at the Morgan Library & Museum is the first ever large-scale exhibition devoted to one of the most celebrated writers of the twentieth century.


New York City is home to numerous world-famous museums but if you need a break from classics like the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the MOMA, do check out some of the City’s smaller, off the beaten path museums. In the previous installment of this series, we rounded up unique house museums in the Bronx. Today, we look at some gems in Manhattan.

1. Morris-Jumel Mansion



164 years ago today, Edgar Allan Poe mysteriously died. Despite having departed over a century and a half ago, Poe has not been forgotten. New York City goes above other cities in memorializing this great American author. Below are 9 sites in NYC where you can remember Poe:


Looking up inside Mr. Morgan's West Room Study.

Looking up inside Mr. Morgan’s West Room Study.

This week’s #untappedcities Instagram “Pic” of the Week goes to @newyorkcityhistory for this detailed shot (reminiscent of a giant all-seeing eye) of the ceiling in the study of The Morgan Library and Museum located on Madison Avenue at 36th Street.