New York City boasts many coffeehouse- and restaurant-church combinations, including hidden cafes, ex-nightclubs, and music venues in church basements.
Manhattan is getting its very own, first-ever dog-friendly cafe this year. Read on to learn more about it, and to discover the other pet cafes of New York City!
Explore the history of Marine Park, one of Brooklyn's most natural areas, through the lens of urban archaeologist Alyssa Loorya and her students.
Dial any number on this phone in the New Museum's lobby and you'll hear a poem from NYC's 1960s counterculture era, curated by visionary artist John Giorno.
Explore the secret passageways and hidden halls of Manhattan's Chelsea Market, from its industrial past to the futuristic technology being created in it today.
Relive the first decade of the 2000s in all its trashy glory at THNK1994 Museum's new exhibit in Brooklyn, showcasing relics of celebrities from Britney to Paris.
Peek inside the design process and the fight for longevity for Brooklyn Bridge Park's beloved pop-up pool, featuring insight from its designer, Marc Gordon.
Explore the Lower East Side's Stuyvesant Cove Park, the site of one of Manhattan's only beaches formed by waste from a concrete factory, now a nature preserve.
Take a peek inside the abandoned Art Deco bathhouse in Jacob Riis Park on Rockaway Beach—a beautiful, mostly defunct former seaside idyll that opened in 1932.
In New York, where absolutely anything can and will be designed to the limit, there are more than a few bathrooms that are worth visiting for their design.