The City Reliquary's new exhibition, Making a Museum, features a coffin in the shape of the Empire State Building built for a living New Yorker, Sarah Murray.
One man's trash is another man's treasure at the City Reliquary's exhibit, NYC Trash!: Past, Present, & Future, which includes an outdoor sculpture garden.
Every year, we look for all the other possible Valentine's Day activities we can suggest to our readers. This year's lineup looks particularly "untapped."
Untapped Cities got a chance to tour The City Reliquary in Williamsburg, NYC's museum that displays artifacts, ephemera and remnants of the city's past.
February in NYC will brings 17 featured art installations and urbanism exhibits highlighting how we live and the global issues that touch us all.
This week's featured Foursquare list explores NYC's more unusual museums and libraries dedicated to iconic toys, wizardry, and the legacy of the mob.
The City Reliquary reminds us that a mere taste of a donut dunked in coffee can become a Proustian moment opening up our minds to remembrances of times past.
Long before the days of NASCAR, the public was enthralled with an equally death-defying sport: cycling races at Velodromes across the country.