5 unique underground vaults buried under the city streets of NYC, storing gold, the city's documents, archaeological finds and The New York Times archive.
In late 19th century NYC, the daily newspaper industry was centered at Park Row, near City Hall including The New York Times, the Tribune and the New York World
Did you know there's a "morgue" at The New York Times for the obituary desk? New documentary OBIT, by Vanessa Gould, explores the world of obit writers
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXl_mat0ef0 HBO debuted their latest television film this past Sunday, an adaptation of the 1985 off-Broadway play The Normal Heart.
An exhibit currently on view at The New-York Historical Society sheds a bit of light on NY Times Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham's love of architecture.
Mayor Fernando Wood motioned to have Manhattan secede from the union and become a free and independent city.
This day in NYC history saw the first December 31st New Years Eve celebration in Times Square NYC (formerly Longacre square) hosted by the New York Times in 1904.
Did you know that Trinity Church is one of the largest landowners in New York City? Its been converting the Hudson Square/Tribeca area since the 1920s.
This is probably my favorite spot in Paris and I submitted this picture for the A Moment in Time collage in the New York Times Lens Blog a few months ago. An odd favorite place I know, but I think I love it because it's whimsical and unexpected--words that are not used to generally describe Paris.
The New York Times LENS blog is putting together a global mosaic of photographs all to be taken at approximately 15:00 hours (U.T.C.) on May 2nd. Anybody can submit: amateurs, professionals, taken on your fancy DSLR or your cell phone. That's 11am in New York City. How many will be hungover?