A Titanic themed bathroom in Queens pays homage to a quick pit stop made by singer Celine Dion way back in 2013!
From a 1950s airplane to a lingerie shop, find out where you can located the hidden bars of Queens and enjoy a drink!
Over the years, we've grown accustomed to seeing specific signs — some more flashy than others, but all equally as spectacular. Here's a look back at some.
Across New York City, there are plenty of remnants of abandoned rail lines, some of which have been defunct for over a century.
A site-specific video installation called "Ground Reclaimed" by Nathan Kensinger and Nate Dorr was projected onto Hunter's Point South Park.
The massive Department of Education building in Long Island City is used to house offices and operations of the Department of Education.
The 7 train provides commuters with one of the most important subway connections between the boroughs of Queens and Manhattan.
The neighborhood of Astoria is considered to be one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse urban areas on the entire planet.
Once known for being an epicenter of the manufacturing industry, Long Island City was rezoned as a residential neighborhood in 2001 — causing the area to undergo significant gentrification as new developments such as Hunter’s South Point were erected. Today, Long Island City is known for its stunning waterfront and thriving arts community — being home to MOMA PS1, the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Museum, and Culture Lab LIC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the development of art in Western Queens.
The E train offers commuters one of the fastest ways to travel to and from Manhattan with express service running under Queens Boulevard.