The Old Croton Aqueduct provided a 32 mile gateway for clean water from Upstate New York to downtown Manhattan. Here are the remnants of the reservoir still visible today.
Check out the eery creatures that live year round on the buildings of New York City. Here is our roundup of the creepiest gargoyles and grotesques.
This week, Untapped Cities is excited to explore the Met's new plaza, green design, and sausage-making, while the weekend will be filled with cider appreciation, creative dog costumes, and an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Brooklyn Army Terminal.
Untapped Cities has compiled a list of the top nine Halloween events that are off the beaten track! Highlights include an abandoned fort, an elite pumpkin carving contest, and a meme costume party.
Untapped Cities visits the south side hospital complex on Ellis Island, the site of Unframed, a large-scale photography installation by Parisian street artist JR.
Untapped Cities is all about experiencing everything that New York City has to offer. For the week of Oct 6 - 12, we are excited for pizza, farmers markets, and so much more!
Environmental activist Rob Greenfield used perfectly fresh food found in New York City dumpsters to create his "Food Waste Fiasco" display in Union Square.
The latest Toynbee tile was found three weeks ago downtown on Greenwich Street and North Moore Street outside of New York City's Tribeca Film Center.
The architecture festival "Archtober" begins October 1st, featuring more than 150 tours, events, and exhibitions that give the public access to the best in New York City design and architecture.
As part of the Open House New York Weekend Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer will offer an exclusive look at original maps in the Municipal Building.