As the weather gets warmer and New York begins to open up parks and other public spaces, many New Yorkers
There are many things Brooklyn's Pratt Institute is known for. A renown arts education program, a world-class modern art sculpture park, a landmarked steam plant...and its resident campus felines, the Pratt Cats
One of the best ways to see modern art in NYC is a well-kept secret. The Pratt Institute Sculpture Park in Brooklyn is totally free and full of world class art.
On a corner of Fulton Street and St. James Place in Clinton Hill, a new honorific street sign has been installed for Notorious B.I.G. who grew up on this block in Brooklyn.
An unassuming rowhouse at 99 Ryerson Street in Brooklyn hides a piece of history: it was the home of Walt Whitman when he published Leaves of Grass.
The Pratt Institute explores the relationship between art and data visualization in an exhibition featuring maps of NYC across multiple forms of media.
Since 2013, CIRCA Old Houses has helped folks find the house of their dreams thanks to its curated marketplace of Victorians, Queen Annes and Mid-Century homes.
While there is the famous theater district near Times Square, here are 10 other places in NYC that have been repurposed as theaters.
The perpetual rivalry of NYC's skyline has always been about height but here are 10 buildings are more over the top than some of the tallest buildings.
Check out our picks of the 8 best luncheonette diners in NYC, where good quality food is matched by a vintage atmosphere and equally good prices.