Many musicals set in NYC are connected with Broadway, but the successful stage productions spawned film adaptions that used NYC as the actual backdrop.
The NYC sites depicted in PBS Murder of a President associated with James Garfield's Presidency, though he has few formal memorials or dedications in the city.
The Harlem Branch of the YMCA, prioritized for landmarking, contains an exquisite Harlem Renaissance mural, a rare African-American contribution to WPA in NYC
Emery Roth designed some of the most famous apartment buildings in NYC, but an overlooked Art Deco gem is on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx.
An often overlooked venue for art in NYC are its post offices, with impressive murals commissioned during the Great Depression that can still be seen today.
Christopher Columbus has long been at the center of American consciousness and NYC in particular. Here are 5 statues to the explorer around New York City.
It might come as a surprise that the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council have not always met at its current location on Manhattan's East Side
The historic structures and buildings that can be climbed in NYC, legally including the Cathedral of the St John the Divine, Empire State Building, High Bridge
Learn about the secrets of St. Patrick's Cathedral, a landmark of Midtown Manhattan NYC. Its Neo-Gothic style makes it a visible destination on Fifth Avenue.
New York City's subway stations are filled with interesting pieces of art, but the stations' oldest pieces were installed decades ago and remain even today