The Feast of Mt. Carmel or the Giglio Feast, a massive 4-ton tower soars above the crowds of revelers in he streets!
An exhibit currently on view at The New-York Historical Society sheds a bit of light on NY Times Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham's love of architecture.
One Times Square was envisioned with new kind of tenant: advertisers, instead of businesses. Today, it is a wildly successful piece of real estate.
A 20 foot giant glass squash court has been sitting in Grand Central Terminal for the last week for the JP Morgan Chase’s Tournament of Champions
On a recent Atlas Obscura tour, we went behind the scenes to check out the Times Square New Years Eve Ball, a true sight to behold close up.
The performance of The Eternal Space at the Center for Architecture brought a face to the ghost left behind by the demolition of Penn Station.
Yesterday in a Cobble Hill tradition, Jane Greengold and friends impaled a few hundred pumpkins on a fence and will watch them decay over the next two months.
"Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy" at the Museum of City of New York brings together both pro and amateur photographers and their experiences through photos
A photographic tour inside the New York Palace Hotel, a Gilded Age mansion for a rail tycoon turned into a 55 story hotel often seen in TV shows and films.
It's not the first time a party happened in an old subway station, but surely this was one by the NY Transit Museum was of the few completely legal.