A statue in Central Park gets moved to the finish line of the New York City Marathon every year. The figure honors runner Fred Lebow, who founded the event.
A statue of Shinran Shonin, which survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, was brought to the U.S. in 1955 and watches over a quiet section of New York City's Upper West Side.
This Wild West-style old school candy store is located just outside the entrance to the Financial District office building 77 Water Street in NYC. Find out why.
Tucked inside the lobby of La Maison Francaise in Rockefeller Center is a sterling silver Cartier plane modeled after a historic aircraft!
The Algonquin Cat has some fancy digs in NYC's storied Algonquin Hotel: two pet tree houses always in view of the hotel's guests and passersby.
A Roman Column, a remnant of an ancient Jordanian city and a fixture of the 1964 World's Fair, stands in the middle of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens.
The Bowery, New York City's oldest thoroughfare, is unsurprisingly home to the oldest surviving brick row house in the city: the Edward Mooney House.
Believe it or not, the world's largest Hindu temple is in New Jersey! Discover how the hand-carved marble Hindu temple in NJ came to be.
90-year-old New York City resident, Latif Jiji, has been making wine for over 30 years at Manhattan's only vineyard: his rooftop on the Upper East Side!
In 1932, a temporary wood and plaster replica of Federal Hall was erected at Bryant Park. Here's what the structure looked like and the story behind it.