An untapped gem of NYC, the "marble palace" at 280 Broadway built by A.T. Stewart as America's first department store, is full of other forgotten history.
February in NYC is filled with art and celebration from the 40th Anniversary of the Public Art Fund, to Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Heart in Times Square.
Tourist and locals usually point out City Hall, City Hall Park's most notable attraction, but there's much more to highlight about the stunning green space.
Throwback Thursday 1776: American hero Nathan Hale is hanged at City Hall Park. Our first in a series of augmented reality, Membit-enhanced historical stories.
A Brooklyn writer has put together a book on real life locations featured in Hamilton: The Musical in the guide "Where Was the Room Where It Happened?"
The replica of the Triumphant Arch of Palmyra is under a cover at City Hall Park until 1 pm today when there will be a large unveiling for the public.
A replica of Palmyra's Triumphal Arch – at 25 feet tall and 30,000 pounds of marble – will be in City Hall Park, raising a Syrian landmark destroyed by ISIS.
Labor Day explained! America celebrates its first Labor Day Parade in NYC's Union Square on September 5, 1882 with a procession 20,000 people strong.
July's Art Installations come in with a splash of colorful summer fun from our parks to our rivers and in between, with Basquiat, Arbus, Scharf and many more.
The Summer of 2015 has been an exciting year for outdoor art installations within the five boroughs of New York City. With the Summer coming to an end, we've highlighted 35 that you may not want to miss.