Discover the many sites and landmarks in New York City that have and continue to play an important role in Black history!
With summer’s end just around the corner, be sure to enjoy some of New York City’s best public art installations this September.
In Weehawken, New Jersey at dawn, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr met with their guns drawn for a duel 217 years ago today.
Hamilton Grange, built in 1802 by Alexander Hamilton, is now a National Memorial. Theater and history fanatics alike can visit the home.
On the campus of The City College of New York, across from the iconic Shepard Hall and in front of
Historic Weeksville in Brooklyn For the last few hundred years, New York City has been one of the country’s epicenters
The movie Motherless Brooklyn, written, directed and starring Edward Norton, opens this Friday. The film is based on the noir mystery novel set in 1950s New York City by Jonathan Lethem, shot in locations throughout NYC that evoke the era of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs.
Dalton Whiteside is a modern-day Indiana Jones, like a time-traveler from a different century. With him, we discovered an astounding four time capsules on the campus of City College of New York
Go inside the historic home of founding father Alexander Hamilton to explore period decorated rooms and learn about Hamilton family life in 19th century NYC!
Tucked away beneath an elegant and striking block in Hamilton Heights, there’s a rarely seen hallowed space carved from rough stone with perfect acoustics.