Delve underground to discover archaeological artifacts showing the contributions fabulous women have made to New York City over the years, from tea sets to shells.
Audrey Munson may not sound like a familiar name, but she is present all across NYC as the model for many statues on famous monuments and institutions.
Morris Jumel Mansion She’s the woman who dueled with Aaron Burr and won. Move over Alexander Hamilton. The life of
An ancient Chinese male urinal gives only a sly hint to perhaps the cleanest, most underused bathroom in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, for those in the know.
Thornwillow Press, based in Newburgh, is turning 30 and the publishing world is celebrating. An exhibition is currently on display at the Grolier Club in NYC
Dr. Eric Sanderson's new Fun Map "Welikia" (Lenape for "my good home") allows you to visualize what New York City's five boroughs looked like in 1609.
Harmen van den Bogaert was the first death due to sexual preference in Dutch New Amsterdam and his harrowing escape and capture was recorded in a journal.
If you have the chance to have lunch or grab a drink in the Petrie Court Café at the Metropolitan Museum of
The Battle of Fort Washington, 1776, was a military defeat for the Patriots. But the battlefield site named after the last English Civil Governor of New York?
Inn Indian Field Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx was the Battle of Van Cortlandt Wood during the Revolutionary War where Stockbridge Mohicans lost their lives.