From a XXX-porn house that is now a children's theater to a police station in a former smut shop, discover ten seedy remnants of gritty old Times Square you can still see today.
Love is blooming in the heart of Times Square! Every year, Times Square Arts host a Love and Design Competition
Meet the man who invented Times Square's New Years Eve confetti drop and does it every year, with a group of volunteers, by hand!
The Times Square Ball Drop is one of the most anticipated events in NYC— but it's no easy feat to clean up the amount of refuse left over from the festivities.
Uncover the secrets of Times Square's New Year's Eve ball drop, a world-famous NYC tradition that dates all the way back to 1907!
Join Untapped New York for a tour of the remnants of gritty Times Square. Between the musicals and hotels, remnants of its seedy past lurk.
From June 1-30, visitors to New York City's Times Square can gaze overhead and view Polar Rainbow, a public art project visible via Augmented Reality brought to the location by Latvian-British artist Kristaps Ancāns and Times Square Arts.
A giant mushroom sculpture, ZERO NUKES, by Pedro Reyes is the newest public art project to emerge in Times Square and remains on view until May 24th as part of Amnesia Atomica NYC.
Join us for a behind-the-scenes construction site tour for a first glimpse of the newly reimagined Palace Theatre in its new home.
Bloom by Brooklyn-based Habitat Workshop, winner of the 14th annual Love in Times Square Design Competition, is now on view at Father Duffy Square on Broadway between 46th and 47th Streets.