11 lesser known bridges in NYC: Washington Bridge, Roosevelt Island Bridge, Rikers Island Bridge, Outerbridge Crossing, Henry Hudson Bridge, and the 155th street viaduct.
"Combined Overflow," an exhibition at Brooklyn's Proteus Gowanus celebrates artists' musings on NYC's most polluted waterways: the Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek.
Our most popular list on Foursquare is our Abandoned NYC list. Some places are break-in-able, some open to the public, some only for the intrepid.
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.
An artist’s rendering of the proposed Brooklyn Bridge Beach. There’s literally “something in the water” these days, with so many
A recent Atlas Obscura tour with the Newtown Creek Alliance took us through Long Island City's most rapidly developing areas.
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.