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.
If you're wondering where the world's largest Hindu temple is, look no further than New Jersey. Learn more about how the hand-carved marble structure 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.
A sign commemorating the inventor of Scrabble mysteriously appears, then disappears, in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Did you know Fraunces Tavern is home to one of George Washington's teeth and a lock of his hair? Its second floor is a museum full of Revolutionary War relics.
At first glance, Chelsea Convenience looks like your typical neighborhood hardware store but for sale are hundreds of Russian dolls, including of Donald Trump.
One of the murals in Grand Central Terminal was designed by the same person who created the first balloons for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day!