Across New York City and New York State, landmarks were lit up in rainbow colors in celebration of Pride Weekend.
Parts of the old Kosciuszco and Kew Gardens bridges, the Erie Canal, the Staten Island Expressway are dumped in the Atlantic Ocean to make artificial reefs.
Here's your chance to watch the demolition (energetic felling) of the old Kosciuszko Bridge in virtual reality. These three videos document the process:
On Sunday morning, over 900 explosives were strategically placed around the old Kosciuszko Bridge, and used to bring down the 20 remaining truss spans.
An Untapped Cities reader shared with us his photograph of the Kosciuszko Bridge, hanging tight in Jersey City before its 26,000 pound steel span gets recycled
Spotted: the old span of the NYC's Kosciuszko Bridge floating down the East River on barges en route to its final resting place.
In honor of Pride Week, which culminated with the Pride March, landmarks across New York City (and the United States) lit up in rainbow lights this weekend.
Last Night, New York City Hall, One World Trade Center, and the new Kosciuszko Bridge lit up in green to signal support for the Paris climate change accord.
10 fun facts we learned at the grand opening of the Kosciuszko Bridge, where we heard Brooklynites and Queens residents collectively release a sigh of relief.
Photos from today's grand opening of the new Kosciuszko Bridge between Brooklyn and Queens, with Governor Cuomo crossing the span in FDR's 1932 Packard car.