Since the early 20th century, New York City has served as the home for many of the world's most influential jazz clubs including Birdland and Café Society.
Historic Flushing Town Hall, built in 1862, hosts Untapped New York Insiders on a tour of the secrets of its 160 year history as a civic and cultural center.
Here are our top 10 secrets of Bedford-Stuyvesant, from the birth of the Teddy Bear to a secret Armenian pop-up restaurant.
A long lost jazz club of 1950s New York City comes back to life in the new Amazon Prime movie
Years before Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, jazz clubs were among the first places in Jim Crow America where
From jazz concerts and history lectures to urban exploration adventures and podcast festivals, check out 10 exciting things to do this week in NYC!
Go inside the NYC home of jazz legend Louis Armstrong on a special Untapped Cities Insider tour of the well preserved mid-century style house in Queens!
Don't miss out on 4th of July celebrations, free concerts and dance parties, food festivals and even a zombie takeover of Coney Island this week!
No stranger to good music and food, Richie Notar moves forward with construction on the old Lenox Lounge space in Harlem, which hopes to open this Summer.
This fun illustrated map by Ephemera Press traces the Queens Jazz Trail, showing the homes of many 1920s jazz musicians and places of interest to jazz fans.