Midwood, Brooklyn, is a center of Jewish life in NYC with a rich film history and plenty of famous residents including Bernie Sanders.
From falcons, baseball, poetry, and an aviation tragedy, here are our top 10 Secrets of the Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge.
Described by residents as its “own small town within the city,” Park Slope is a lively Brooklyn neighborhood, filled with countless historic buildings, top-rated restaurants, and outdoor green spaces. Some key spots to visit today include the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Central Library branch of the Brooklyn Public Library system. Keep reading for an inside peek into one of Brooklyn’s most illustrious neighborhoods.
Matthew Coody, Director of External Affairs at the Historic House Trust of NYC, will guide attendees along a virtual Dutch heritage trail.
The Los Angeles Dodgers has its origin story firmly implanted in Brooklyn, although there is tragically not much left to
Check out highlights from the archives of the Center for Jewish History's and find out how you can see them up-close on a behind-the-scenes tour with Untapped Cities!
See a full scale replica of NYC's Ebbets Field, the former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. The replica was created by Mark Williams for an anonymous client.
Play ball! Here's a look back at 7 of NYC's lost baseball stadiums from Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium to the more obscure Capitoline Grounds.
The New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers square off in the first televised World Series on September 30, 1947. Using Membit, we bring the location back to life
NYC has a plethora of famous sporting venues that have been demolished or repurposed as new facilities. Here are 10 that hosted the Dodgers, Yankees and more.