The Stowaway: A Young Man’s Extraordinary Adventure to Antarctica is a true story of Billy Gawronski, a NYC boy who stowed away on Admiral Byrd’s 1928 expedition.More
There are various notable pools in NYC, from historically significant ones now in ruins to a floating public pool to ones crowning five star hotels.More
The St. George Hotel in Brooklyn Heights was once the largest hotel in NYC. Destroyed in a fire, there are still remnants of the original if you look closely.More
This townhouse is not what it seems to be...
Brooklyn Heights is probably best known for its charming, tree-lined streets filled with 19th century mansions and churches. But the bucolic neighborhood boasts more than just cobblestone lanes and scenic views of Lower Manhattan. Being one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York …More
Ever wonder about the barber shops, locksmiths, bodegas, and shoe repair shops inside subway entrances? Why do some entrances have them while others don’t?More
Scouting NY reported on the remnants of the St. George Hotel, discovering that it is actually hidden beneath the Brooklyn’s hotel current pool and gym floor.More