Matilda Moore, a Civil War era photographer in NYC, was most of the country's most successful female photographers in the late 19th century.
In recognition of Juneteenth’s vital historical importance, the day was recently made an official New York State Public Holiday last year in 2020. As the first year of Juneteenth’s status as a state public holiday, MANY events across New York City will be occurring to commemorate the day.
For a brief time, Queens actually had its own Madison Square Garden, an outdoor arena called Madison Square Garden Bowl.
SuperReal, an immersive digital art show, returns to the landmarked Cunard Building.
Marcel Duchamp's famous urinal he called "Fountain" may have actually been created by two women, new research suggests.
Check out the top 10 intriguing secrets of the Forest Hills neighborhood located in Queens New York.
Hidden in upstate New York are the remains of the Oneida Community, an attempted utopia founded by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848.
The closing of Indian Point Energy Center, the last nuclear power plant in the New York City region, marks the end of an era.
A tour of the beautiful, eerie abandoned campus of Bennett College, once known as the luxury hotel Halcyon House, now slated for demolition.
In the Heights from Lin Manuel-Miranda is out! The filming locations in Washington Heights feature singing and dance routines right in NYC.