Here are 14 of the city’s top new public outdoor art installations for August — and even a few indoors for an escape from the raging heat.
On July 30, 1916, people were woken up by a deafening explosion at the Black Tom railroad yard that happened to be an act of German sabotage.
The Field of Dreams installation at the Queens County Farm Museum reminds all that humanity's hopes and dreams interact with each other.
After remaining closed since the pandemic's start, the Paris Theater, the city's longest-running arthouse cinema, will reopen on August 6.
Take a tour of the Lower East Side and Eldridge Street Synagogue, the first great house of worship by Eastern European Jews in the US.
Take a walking tour of Alley Pond Park near Douglaston and Bayside, the second-largest park in Queens which spans over 655 acres.
The murder of Mary Cecilia Rogers — the "beautiful cigar girl" whose body was found on July 28, 1841 — remains a mystery today.
The Antigua X Colombia Box from Eat Offbeat explores the multi-generational flavors of Colombia and Antigua through six full meals.
This guide highlights the best hidden gems, well-known restaurants, and hole-in-the-wall joints in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Remnants of Fort Totten's former military life include an abandoned Civil War-era fort and a decaying early 20th century battery.