Maps and vintage photos, like these from the Lower East Side, available online at the fun website "Welcome to 1940s New York," all sourced from a 1943 book.
Inside the Back Room, one of New York City’s most famous speakeasy cocktail bars (with the added bonus of actually
Our curated events picks for this week: LES Then & Now at the Tenement Museum, Prohibition NYC, Parisians vs. New Yorkers: an Interactive Illustration Session.
Just when you thought you'd seen everything... we bring you inside the one and only Troll Museum, run by Reverend Jen, who has too many trolls to count.
At the MAS Road to Resilience conference, site visits to Sandy relief areas took place in Red Hook, Rockaways, Coney Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Public Transit to Public TransLit--a new book club aimed at NYC subway commuters!
We explore the LES slips, the former hubs of NYC's 200 year-old shipping enterprise, and discover one of George Washington's revolutionary war hideouts and a neighborhood that once hosted a colony of pop artists in the 1950s.
Last week, Untapped brought you news about bands to watch out for at the CMJ Music Marathon. This week we're showing you the highlights of the second half.
Sitting atop the dark and heavy two story cast-iron base, nine stories of red brick and brownstone-colored terra-cotta facade watch over City Hall.
Untapped Cities spoke to the Tumbleweed Wanderers about touring with Angus Stone and opening for him this Saturday September 29th at The Bowery Ballroom.