As a 36-year resident of the 79th Street Boat Basin, Dr. Leslie Day came to know the diversity of the city’s natural world.
One of Staten Island’s biggest secrets is that approximately 300,000 tons of good-quality iron ore were mined in the 1830s through 1880s.
The 1896 eastern North America heat wave would kill over 1,500 people — despite being one of the lesser-known events in NYC history.
Yesterday was the groundbreaking of North Park at Freshkills Park on Staten Island, the first section inside the boundaries of the Fresh Kills Landfill.
With 2017 being New York City's Art in the Parks 50th anniversary, it is a great time to celebrate ten of the most stunning pieces from the program's past.
The New York Economic Development Corporation in partnership with NYC Parks are piloting the City’s first-of-its-kind wetland mitigation bank on Staten Island.
As summer comes to a close, a new season of art installations – outdoor and in – will be ushered onto the streets of NYC this September in all five boroughs.
All the outdoor art installations to check out in NYC this month from an artist-designed pop-up pool to a celebration of 50 years of art in the parks.
We brought 25 lucky Untapped Cities readers into a special behind-the-scenes tour inside the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
As one of the largest green spaces in Queens, Astoria Park is a scenic getaway that happens to harbor a few secrets, from its Olympic ties to its lost stream.