In the Gilded Era, East Coast elite families built summer residences in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Here are 12 of those estates you can visit today.
Step into the past with this photographic exhibit of the deconstruction of the Third Avenue Elevated Line in NYC at the Transit Museum in Grand Central Terminal
Looking for an alternative to the bar? Have some fun and let off some steam at NYC's The Wrecking Club "where people come to smash stuff to pieces".
Check out Port Authority Bus Terminal's new exhibit: a time-lapse and photo exhibit of the bus terminal itself by Tony Gregory, who works inside the building.
Getting a ticket to a one of the secret SoFar Sounds concert is akin to an invite to a secret society. Fans are drawn to the intimate music loving crowds.
"Dead Horse Bay:The Glass Graveyard of Brooklyn" features the work of 13 artists, predominantly focused around the theme of glass and trash found on the site.
Once an abandoned factory, the Pfizer Building is now a manufacturing for food and alcohol startups like Doc Herson's Natural Spirits, a producer of absinthe.
Thanks to its architecture and innovative design, DSNY's new garage and salt shed in Hudson Square, Tribeca is anything but your typical sanitation station.
Once a Bell Laboratories research lab, Westbeth Artist Housing in Greenwich Village is a historic apartment dedicated to artists with a 5 to 10 year wait list.
Combine your Saturday night revelry with political activism by supporting Planned Parenthood at The Resisdance, a politically fueld warehouse party in Brooklyn.