This September, be sure to check out some of the city's newest art installations including the CowParade and a bronze bust of Martha P. Johnson.
Rendering courtesy Rooftop Films Returning for its 24th summer season, non-profit organization Rooftop Films, in partnership with the Museum of
The Art of the Brick will have incredible LEGO works by award winning artist Nathan Sawaya, including re-imagined recreations of Michelangelo’s David, Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Van Gogh’s Starry Night.
In NYC, public buildings are not always banal places to be. Here are 10 unconventional ones from the Newtown Creek Digester Eggs to the New York Public Library.
Our December curation of NYC's art exhibits will take from the holidays to NYC's celebratory culture in Coney Island, to the photographs of reformer Jacob Riis.
OHNY released some (not all) exclusive tours during their 2014 OHNY Weekend October 11 and 12. Here are some of our favorites tour locations and some new this year.
These unexpected sightings in NYC can be easily mistaken for just art pieces, but these unique sundials are also ways to keep time in the busy city.
Opening night at Empire Drive-In in Queens was a full house, with movie goers finding seats in the cars, on the cars and sprawled out on blankets around the lot
Opening on Friday at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows, Queens in the Empire Drive-In, an full scale movie theater made of junked cars and salvaged materials.
The NY Hall of Science hosts an annual Maker Faire for those who build things that you didn’t even know you needed. Here are 10 fun gadgets we found this year