Inspired by a computer game, Escape the Room allows mystery lovers to realize their dreams of being a real-life Sherlock Holmes or Robert Langdon.
We rounded up ten crazy themed races around NYC from 0.05k to marathons. Many involve food and charity, and all are about having a good time on and off the course.
With murders, suicides, bombings, starvation and headless bodies, it's no wonder NYC is home to some creepy stories of spirits, ghosts and unexplained noises.
What these 7 studio-size NYC restaurants lack in size, they make up for in character, from graffitied walls to naked lady wallpaper, and of course delicious food.
Frank Lloyd Wright's revolutionary "tower in the park" design would have been NYC's first all-glass apartment building. The Great Depression foiled the plan.
NYC's Methodist Church once planned for an elaborate skyscraper temple on Broadway but it was derailed by the Depression.
Queens' Utopia Parkway borders Utopia, a neighborhood meant for New York's growing Jewish population. Utopia Parkway was later the title of a pop album.
According to a study, it costs $163,500 to be "happy" in New York, $88,500 more than the national average of $75,000.
Smart elevators cluster passengers based on similar destinations and skip floors when full. The elevators cut travel and wait time by 50%.
Before the High Line, Alfred Speer proposed a moving elevated sidewalk to relieve street congestion and ferry pedestrians up and down Broadway.