The Point Breeze estate in Bordentown, New Jersey where Joseph-Napoléon Bonaparte — Napoleon's brother — lived will become a public park.
Closed since March 2020, the Neue Galerie is reopening with an exhibition celebrating its 20th anniversary.
The Statue of Cervantes at New York University’s Willy’s Garden courtyard reveals significant history of Spain and the United States.
Uncover the New Deal infrastructure projects in NYC, from bridges and tunnels to parks, that carry on the legacy of FDR!
Uncover the history of New York's oldest Jewish congregation, Shearith Israel, founded all the way back in 1654!
Located 30 just miles outside of New York City, in Laurel Hollow, Long Island, less than a mile from the
The history of German immigration to New York, despite its large volume, lacks the same attention awarded to other migratory
Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, renamed in 1913 after the Jamaican and Black pan-nationalist, immortalizes Garvey into the public space
The Italian nationalist Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807–1882) was memorialized with a bronze statue in Washington Square Park in New York City