The July 2018 outdoor art installations you must see in NYC cover the five boroughs and the waterways. You'll need to see more than one a day to catch them all!
Summer 2018 is in full swing and this may be the most comprehensive month of outdoor art installations launching we've seen in New York City ever.
From occult-focused stores to a shop for Winston Churchill fanatics, here are 10 of New York City's most quirky, themed bookstores for every type of reader.
Should The Big Apple beat out Atlanta, Boston, Austin and a host of other cities vying for Amazon HQ2, the building could be built on top of a landfill.
A long-term exhibit at the Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO, Waterfront, is highlighting the history and significance of Brooklyn's 131 miles of coastline.
5 highlights of the Brooklyn Strand Community Vision, which will reimagine the 50 acres of land between Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO and the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Find 9 of the best spots to celebrate this national dessert day. From classic cookies to creative concoctions, NYC offers some of the best desserts out there.
Is NYC's historic Belgian block endangered? 10 fun facts from a Historic Districts Council report about the paving in NYC. Hint: It's not cobblestone!
As summer comes to a close, a new season of art installations – outdoor and in – will be ushered onto the streets of NYC this September in all five boroughs.
After a long search, a video game character from Clash of Clans "came to life" and built two huge statues in DUMBO, which will be on view until today at 5PM.