New York City is a hub of community and collaboration for people around the world. It's no surprise that many famous figures formed formidable friendships here.
Some of the greatest film locations in New York City aren't always the most known. Here are 10 lesser-known ones that are the backdrops of famous scenes.
The long awaited Second Avenue line is finally up and running. Here are the fun facts and secrets of this line, which has been close to a hundred years in the making.
The famous "skirt" scene in Billy Wilder's "The 7 Year Itch" had to be re-shot in studio due to the mayhem caused by men wanting a glimpse of Marilyn Monroe
The swanky Stork Club was the popular night spot for wealthy New Yorkers between 1929 and 1965. Sherman Billingsley, an ex-bootlegger from Oklahoma, owned it.