Have you heard of the West Side Tennis Club? The millions of fans that watched the U.S. Open finals this
The U.S. Open Tennis Championships returns to Flushing Meadows Queens. Learn about its secret history and fun facts as you tune in to watch the latest matches.
Summer in New York City is perhaps the best season. The sun is out and outdoor concerts abound. Win free tickets so Summerstage, Randall's Island and more!
NYC has a plethora of famous sporting venues that have been demolished or repurposed as new facilities. Here are 10 that hosted the Dodgers, Yankees and more.
For urban explorers, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, NYC, home of the U.S. Open holds a special lore with its layered history and abandoned structures.
In 1977 at the 96th US Open Tennis in Forest Hills, Queens, the players flee the court. A spectator had been shot, prompting the move to Flushing Meadows
The original site of the tennis U.S. Open is in danger of being demolished. Michael Perlman of the Rego-Forest Preservation Council gives an illustrated history and how you can help.