7 locations to visit for freemason history in NYC including the Grand Lodge, Livingston Masonic Library, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Masonic Temple, Cleopatra's Needle
We didn't want to commit to joining the Freemasons, so to learn about these mysterious men, we took a tour of the Masonic Hall and the Grand Lodge of New York.
The first crematorium in New York, U.S. Columbarium at Fresh Pond Crematory retains its impressive architecture, with Tiffany-style stained glass windows.
A look at the history and architecture of the Fort Greene Historic District in Brooklyn, from revolutionary battlefields to masonic temples and brownstones
For the 224th anniversary of George Washington's inauguration, Federal Hall played host to a day of celebrations, including a reenactment.
We take you inside the Livingston Masonic Library, which contains not only books but also artifacts dating back to the founding of the United States.
The Level Club is a Masonic mystery on the Upper West Side.