This Fun Maps looks at the new and growing Interactive Music Map of New York City from real estate developer Constantine Valhouli.
In this fun maps, we take a look at a New York City subway map from the 1970's featured the now defunct "Plane to the Train" JFK Express.
Looking at Urban Reviewer, an interactive map by 596 Acres of New York City's master urban renewal plans that goes back to 1953.
In the ongoing Micro Neighborhoods series, Untapped Cities looks at Little Senegal in central Harlem, New York City.
Rounding up a look at some of the stranger, albeit fun sci fi, fantasy and otherwise nerdy bars in New York City, including The Slaughtered Lamb in Greenwich Village, The Waystation in Prospect Heights, Gotham City Lounge in Bushwick and Barcade in Williamsburg.
There are some remnants of NYC's 27-mile pneumatic tube mail network still viewable to the intrepid, but this 1908 map reveals the network's extent, the promise it once held and how some destinations on the route have evolved.
New sculpture exhibit "We the People" by Danh Vo, a deconstructed scale version of the Statue of Liberty will be featured until December 15th in Brooklyn Bridge Park and City Hall Park.
A collection of vintage photographs showing the origins of food trucks, automats and street food vendors in NYC
Looking at the Dr. Who, steampunk, science fiction themed bar The Way Station in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NYC.
Looking at the neighborhood of Little Uzbekistan in Kensington, Brooklyn, NYC and exploring its history and layout.