Five years after the whitewash at 5 Pointz, the artists have created MoSA, the Museum of Street Art, an installation housed in the new citizenM Bowery hotel.
A look at some quirky and surprising details in Central Park that were not a part of the original Greensward Plan, yet have become a part of its history.
The Mayor's Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers, has launched an online survey for New Yorkers to have their say on NYC public monuments.
The Architectural League of NY presents All the Queens Houses, a photo exhibition of Queens, NYC architecture from artist and architect Rafael Herrin-Ferri.
NYC's Edith Fabbri Mansion has a rich and surprisingly complex history, reaching back to the history of the Vanderbilts, as well as the Italian Duchy of Urbino.
The THNK1994 Museum in NYC has a new exhibit open, titled 'The Real Housewives Pointing Fingers', a collection of work from contemporary artist Laura Collins.
To catch up with better fare technology, the MTA begins testing the new mobile scanning system that will eventually phase out NYC's MetroCard, now a relic.
From helpful to frankly bizarre, here are ten of the most diverse and strange ATMs you can find in New York City: the Cupcake ATM, the Beer ATM and more.
Terminal Bar in NYC's gritty old Times Square had quite the history and reputation as one of the city's roughest bars. Sheldon Nadelman takes us back in photos.
A look at what little is left of street art haven 5Pointz in photographs, on the first anniversay of the whitewashing of the graffiti art in Long ISland City Queens