The Knitting Factory has converted a 19th century carriage house on Williamsburg's Metropolitan Avenue into a restaurant. Brooklyn, meet The Federal Bar.
As Untapped Cities columnist, Luke Kingma moves on to the West Coast, he reminisces on his life in NYC in the best way he knows how–through its food.
In an old gymnasium in Nolita, wave after wave of prom hopefuls twisted their way through a makeshift time portal, and into 1955 for a screening of Back to the Future.
At the 2014 No Pants Subway Ride, flash mob participants from around the country gathered to share a passion for cameras.
BBQ Films gets behind a recreation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in Williamsburg, painstakingly recreating the classic characters in full body form.
We rolled through the lobby of Flatiron's Museum of Sex and into PLAY, a brand new experiential bar with two things on its mind - coitus and cocktails.
BBQ Films latest event, a screening of 1997's The Fifth Element, was by far its most intriguing and spectacular yet. Welcome to Fhloston Paradise.
A look inside the Google Glass Basecamp in NYC's Chelsea Market, where we picked up our new Google Glass to begin the #MyNYC project.
Google has given Untapped Cities the opportunity to be among the first to put its new technology, Glass, to use. With #MyNYC, we want to hand it over to you.
New York, late 1980s. One serial killer made Manhattan his playground. On Saturday Night, BBQ Films transported one lucky group back in time to relive it.