To celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage in NYC, visit these five museums and galleries exhibiting women's history and artwork and the evolution of feminism.
Many famous authors were born and raised in New York City, often using it as a setting for their stories. Here are ten fictional works by native New Yorkers.
Step into The Center for Women's History at the NY Historical Society to learn about the struggles and triumphs of Dolly Madison and other women from early America.
The preview of the 2013 Municipal Art Society Summit included sneak peeks of new architectural developments at Ground Zero and Hudson Yards.
The Wende Museum in Culver City has the longest stretch of the original Berlin Wall outside of Germany, as well as a treasure trove of cold war-era artifacts and surveillance equipment.
In the First Street Garden, the Lower East Side Girls Club had teamed up with artists to put up murals depicting 19 "women who had changed the world."
Writer Benjamin Waldman walks and photographs the entire Manhattan waterfront.