If you are a cat lover, you can now count Singapore as a must-visit because as of July, there are now two cat cafés: Neko no Niwa Cafe and The Cat Café
Did you know that 62 lampposts were designated as landmarks in NYC? Here are 5 historic ones to check out on your daily routine.
Cities 101: Find out what the ubiquitous silver drinking water sampling stations are used for in NYC and how many there are in the city
Photographer Gregoire Alessandrini recently shared photos he snapped of celebrities in NYC in the 1990s including Samuel L. Jackson, Spike Lee, RuPaul, and more
Gingerbread House Display of Empire State Building, Chrysler, Katz’s Deli, Coney Island at Le Parker Meridien
The 2013 gingerbread house display by Le Parker Meridien and City Harvest features gingerbread versions of the Chrysler Building, subways cars, and Coney Island
Meet Untapped Cities contributor Nancy Li, who writes the Vintage Photo column and went searching for the puns of Penn Station (aka Pun Station)
Here are historical details about each of the vintage vehicles running for the Nostalgia Special this month in NYC.
The High Line in NYC is one of the most well-known elevated parks, but around the world there are many similar urban reclamation projects proposed or underway.
Downtown Brooklyn was once home to the Albee Theater, which played vaudeville acts and films before it was demolished.
A central vacuum system, proposed by Science and Invention magazine in 1922, would have drawn dirt and dust from NYC's pavements and sucked them up with hoses.