Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, is a diverse neighborhood with maritime culture, Soviet and Jewish influences, equestrian history, and roast beef.
The big one at Rockefeller Center isn't the only New York City Christmas tree worth a visit. Check out 10 alternative trees in NYC!
With the year soon coming to an end, now is the time to enjoy New York City’s newest public art installations. Art installations this December vary in topic from climate change to the passage of time, with many focusing specifically on the holiday season. To get into the spirit of the holidays be sure to check out the Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s festive Lightscape and the Museum of the City of New York’s gingerbread display. Here are the best public art installations to see in November 2022.
Uncover the secrets of Brooklyn Public Library, one of the largest public library systems in the U.S., now celebrating its 125th anniversary!
See inside the subterranean beer vaults of the partially abandoned William Ulmer Brewery, once one of the most successful breweries in Bushwick!
Amazon's hit series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is bringing back to life NYC's beloved automat Horn & Hardart for season 5!
On November 9, join Untapped New York Insiders for a members-only tour of William Ulmer Brewery, a historic brewery located in Bushwick. You will tour this quintessential example of pre-Prohibition brewery architecture with Jordan Rogove, co-founder of DXA studio.
Midwood, Brooklyn, is a center of Jewish life in NYC with a rich film history and plenty of famous residents including Bernie Sanders.
With its many celebrated restaurants and food festivals, Brooklyn can stake a serious claim to being New York City’s food center. Yet frequently overlooked are the innovative food companies.
Find out how the five boroughs of NYC got their names from the Native American people, the Dutch and the English!