New Year’s Eve can be a stressful event to navigate in New York. There’s so much going on, often at outrageous prices, that it’s difficult to pick the best option – causing many New Yorkers to just call it a night and stay home. Here’s a list of alternative New York events to get you excited …More
Curated and owned by Hjortur Sigurdsson, Iceland’s Icelandic Phallological Museum is home to over two hundred specimens of penises and other penile parts.More
Today we profile Untapped Cities intern, Anne Guerra. Although she never thought she’d love a city as much as she loves New Orleans, exploring New York for the site has made Anne question her beliefs.
What’s your favorite Untapped spot in your city?
The Eldridge Street Synagogue has got to be my favorite Untapped spot. The chandelier …More
A new stop-motion animated short film, ‘Blowing Bowler,’ by Chris Sickels will depict the history of the New York City’s subway car design at the Fulton CenterMore
New York Daily News has released an interactive map that allows you to see what gangs still exist in New York City’s five boroughs called, “Gangs of NYC.”More
Urban planning and development firm, Perkin Eastman has recently proposed a new type of High Line for New York City that would stretch 40 blocks of Broadway.More
The production company Snowday has created a new video that takes you through 120 NYC subway stations in under two minutes to reveal the city’s “texture.”More
Gothamist has recently compiled a magnificent montage of thousands of New York City floors using the hashtag #ihaveathingforfloors. Take a look at our favoritesMore
Mark Foster Gage has recently released his renderings of a proposed 102-story skyscraper for New York’s Billionaire row that are simply out of this world.More
A new book by Vincent Mahe travels through Paris’ complex, revealing and political past by depicting a single block through 750 years of Parisian history.More
This week’s events are all things Thanksgiving – Macy’s Day Parade, a Seinfeld Thanksgiving trivia, a Thanksgiving cheese event and ways that you can give backMore
Today we’re looking at a 19th-century park drawings of NYC, a Paul Revere time capsule that’s been opened, and renderings of Long Shutter Brooklyn War Memorial.More