New York City department store B. Altman and Co. was once the grandest store on 5th Avenue. Now its lost to the ages except for the memories.
A new digital exhibit by the Gotham Center showcases Gilded Age photographs of Staten Island by Alice Austen.
At Third and Brook avenues in The Bronx sits a marble sculpture, an allegorical representation of “Lady Justice,” on the facade of the Bronx Borough Courthouse.
Discover the stunning and often hidden architecture of one of New York City's most under appreciated engineers in our virtual talk: Guastavino's New York.
From the neighborhood's past as the city's red-light district to an extremely valuable piece of real estate filled with 280,000 pounds of dirt, here are nine of the most fascinating secrets of SoHo.
Chapel Bar, NYC's newest hidden bar is located at Fotografiska New York inside a former chapel and schoolhouse.
In honor of the Waldorf Astoria's 90th birthday watch an oral history with Waldorf Stories, told by people who worked and were guests.
Once home to acres of colonial Dutch farmland, Flatbush is now an area of Brooklyn known for boasting some of
Chelsea has had quite a storied past, from deadly riots to the "West Side Cowboys" to a two-century-old Masonic Lodge.
American Experience gives an inside look into William Randolph Hearst's life with its new documentary "Citizen Hearst."