We trace Patti Smith's trail through the East Village, Greenwich Village and Chelsea, when she fed off the inspiration of the artists and musicians around her.
With our guide of crypts, museums, remains, and literary homages to the dead and undead, you can get closer to the history of Dublin than you probably ever wanted.
With the help of Mitch Broder's book, Discovering Vintage New York, we've compiled our favorite vintage discoveries in this week's featured Foursquare list.
The East Village may be gentrifying but it's still one of the last refuges for bohemia in Manhattan, so wander in and marvel that it can still have so much soul
We explore the extensive process of harbor dredging to deepen waterways like the Ambrose Channel, which will hopefully be ready to receive larger ships by 2014.
Section 3 of the High Line might not be opened or shined up, but High Line Art has commissioned (temporary) art on it. Tickets to see it to be released Aug 28th
A dead shark on the Queensbound N train is one in a series of shark-related incidents this summer.
Besides the amazingly diverse population, the community gardens, the graffiti, and the air of resistance, one of the East Village’s
If you've wandered Alphabet City lately, you might have noticed hand-painted murals with QR codes by the Free Art Society, leading to a theatrical happening.
The Cotton Club might be Harlem's most famous surviving jazz venue, but it was also the neighborhood's most notorious especially after WWI.