The Bronx, which had over 100 theaters showing movies and live entertainment in the years before World War II, now
The Bronx was once home to over 100 theaters. Only two remain, but if you look closely you'll see vestiges of former movie theaters repurposed to other uses.
New book Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York highlights the interior landmarks of NYC including Radio City Music Hall, City Hall Subway Station, and more.
A recent episode of Blueprint by Office of NYCMedia on the Loew's Wonder Theatres takes us into the heyday of these veritable palaces of entertainment.
The Grand Concourse is great choice to sample some of the best architecture the Bronx has to offer from grand architecture to remnants of its farmland past
The Grand Concourse is the Bronx's most famous thoroughfare. This 100 year old street gives a window into what makes the borough unique through all its history.