Open House New York weekend reservations begin today for the 2018 weekend. Here are our picks for the must-visit reservation only sites all over NYC!
Greenpoint is changing fast but residents still point to their favorite neighborhood haunts. Check out our guide of must-visit spots in the Brooklyn neighborhood.
The Department of Environmental Protection maintains NYC's water, air quality and excessive noise. Here are 10 secrets of the DEP and NYC's water supply.
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.
Alternative NYC Valentine's Day activities from the Times Square Beating Heart, a Digester Egg tour, Woolworth Building tour, Cupid Undie Run, Poetry Brothel
"Combined Overflow," an exhibition at Brooklyn's Proteus Gowanus celebrates artists' musings on NYC's most polluted waterways: the Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek.
How would you like to sail mini-boats through one of the most polluted creeks in the U.S.? Participatory art project "Remote Voyages" invited people to do just that.
If you're looking to avoid the standard Halloween in NYC at all costs and up for a more "urbanist" experience, we've rounded up some events for city nerds.
A look at the history of sewage in New York City, including the famous Poo Poo Choo Choo that took sludge all the way to Texas.
Amongst a group of 30 people, the Digester Eggs of Newtown Creek left us ooh-ing and ahh-ing at all the giant sludge processing machines, pipes, and surge towers.