Vince Giordano of The Nighthawks, resident band for HBO's Boardwalk Empire shares what it's like to be on set of the hit show for the last season
The first crematorium in New York, U.S. Columbarium at Fresh Pond Crematory retains its impressive architecture, with Tiffany-style stained glass windows.
There are some places you step into and you're instantly whisked into a bygone time. The National Arts Club in Gramercy Park, NYC is one of those.
Orit Greenberg is a film location scout for Boardwalk Empire. In this Urban Profile, she shares the coolest places she's been and the challenges of the job.
Yesterday we rounded up Boardwalk Empire's filming locations in Brooklyn, where much of the series was filmed. Today we're showing you some of the places in Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island that served as the backdrop for the show's action.
In 1868, Conrad Poppenhusen moved his company to College Point. His intension was to create a 'worker's paradise', building roads and housing for his employees, and a building that would act at the center of town life that still stands today.
In Part I of this short series, The One-Armed Bandit: Slot Machines and Organized Crime in New York City, we
Here at Untapped, we've found 10 eateries worth visiting that you may or may not recognize from your favorite HBO original series.
"The next train arriving at this station is not in service. Please step away from the platform edge." As I eagerly awaited its arrival at 42nd street with my friend, those not familiar with Boardwalk Empire's promotional stunt grabbed their confused children and backed off into the unknown.