Here are our top 10 secrets of Bedford-Stuyvesant, from the birth of the Teddy Bear to a secret Armenian pop-up restaurant.
A Magnolia tree, between Marcy and Tompkins Avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant, is one of only two trees that have been designated as New York City landmarks.
Frederick Law Olmsted may be best known for designing Central Park, but he contributed to many other landscaping projects in NYC.
To celebrate the beautiful springtime weather, be sure to head outside and visit some of New York City’s newest public art installations. This April, be sure to check out THE POEM sculpture in Times Square, Rockefeller Center’s The Flag Project in honor of Earth Day, and Midnight Moment's video Wolf Light. In addition, read on to learn more about art installations still up from previous months.
Clinton Hill is a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood known for housing the Pratt Institute, as well as its "mansion row" along Clinton Avenue.
Fort Greene, Brooklyn, has plenty of secrets to explore, such as the fascinating history of its Prison Ship Martyrs' Monument.
To expose the legacy of slavery in New York City, independent artists, educators, and researchers Elsa Eli Waithe, Maria Robles, and Ada Reso formed Slavers of New York.
With warmer weather on the horizon as springtime fast approaches, new public art installations continue to open throughout New York City.
Corona is one of New York City's oldest and most layered neighborhoods. Here is an inside peek at a few of its secrets.
Cobble Hill in northwestern Brooklyn is a small 40-block neighborhood known for its rowhouses and pristine architecture.