This weekend, the annual Art in Odd Places, will put out 70 thought provoking pieces across 14th Street in NYC, along with public even programming
Carroll Gardens has its fair share of quirky establishments and we’d like to add Dennett Place to the list, nestled right next
Compared to last year's Sneak Peak, held by the FreshKills Park Alliance once a year, we can see slow but steady progress on the Staten Island park
These unexpected sightings in NYC can be easily mistaken for just art pieces, but these unique sundials are also ways to keep time in the busy city.
With whimsy and quirkiness, developer Melvyn Kaufman rebelled against the typical NYC skyscrapers and created public spaces that surprise longtime New Yorkers.
A look at NYC's architectural holdouts–buildings that refused to be demolished in the face of development from Rockefeller Center to Herald Square Macy's
"Wildman" Steve Brill leads urban food foraging tours of NYC area parks, part of his mission to promote urban agriculture and sustainable eating.
At 10am on July 27th, Korean War Veterans Memorial, a sundial in Battery Park NYC, will pay tribute to the veterans of the Korean War.
Tucked right in the middle of Canal Street, sandwiched between Chinatown and the Hudson Tunnel, is Capsouto Park, an oasis of calm amidst the bustling street.
Given the owl's connection to wisdom, it's not surprising to find them at the city's institutions like Columbia University, Grand Concourse and Herald Square