Dial any number on this phone in the New Museum's lobby and you'll hear a poem from NYC's 1960s counterculture era, curated by visionary artist John Giorno.
In her new book "Storied Bars of New York: Where Literary Luminaries Go to Drink," Delia Cabe explores the legendary hangouts of famous authors in New York City.
From J. D. Salinger to F. Scott Fitzgerald, here are five authors who crafted their novels around the culture and influence of New York City during their time.
Discover the NYC homes and haunts of 10 famous poets, from Allen Ginsberg to Patti Smith to Walt Whitman, Henry David Thoreau and the Beat Generation writers.
Few establishment can stand the test of time. This list of places in NYC is based on Laura Brienza's book New York's Historic Restaurants, Inns & Taverns.
This map of the Beat Generation in New York City and across America has all the favorite spots of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and more.
We delve into the history of MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, one of the earliest settlements on Manhattan, and home to the Beat Generation.
We've put together a list of the best authentic Beat Generation spots to grab a drink so you can join in the history of these literary greats.
Kill Your Darlings, which chronicles the beginning of the Beat Movement, takes place primarily at Columbia University and in Greenwich Village.