We here at Untapped love all of DOT’s ventures, especially those pertaining to two-wheeled transportation. In our eyes, bike lanes
Relaxing near On Kawara’s Today series New York City is so flush with museums and galleries that the art lover
Fabergé, the once legendary house of makers of jeweled eggs has placed over 275 enormous eggs around NYC, raising money for charity
A look at vintage photographs of New York City's famous museums while under construction: Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum
In 1969, New York was on the brink. Norman Mailer had the notion to make NYC the 51st state and ran for mayor on it.
The Seamen's Church Institute, a floating church moored off Pike Street in NYC, was founded in 1834 by a group of Episcopalian sailors.
Before Lincoln Center, there was San Juan HIll. Learn about the vibrant neighborhood that was bulldozed and lost by none other than Robert Moses.
Pursuant to laws enacted in 1999 and protested to this day, many well-liked pets are banned and illegal in NYC. We dove into Health Code Section 161.01.
These five co-working spaces provide places for writers to work and socialize with other writers in NYC.
Using only an X-acto knife, cardboard, and Magic Marker, Zoonzin gives the objects in her Little Lost Project a voice, then returns them to the streets where she found them.