The neighborhood of Astoria is considered to be one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse urban areas on the entire planet.
Here's a look at 10 spots to check out in New York's North Country for a New York City getaway, including some not known for tourism.
From celebrating in a bar to partaking in winter sports, these events will remind you that your house isn't the only place you can enjoy the Winter Olympics!
Discover 10 never built buildings from across New York City selected from the book, "Never Built New York," by authors Greg Goldin and Sam Lubell.
Located in South Brooklyn along Jamaica Bay, Marine Park is a neighborhood full of history and secrets dating back to the Native American era.
Before NYC's Chelsea Piers was New York's Ultimate Playground, it was one of the foremost ports for famous ocean liners like the Lusitania, and is even tied to the Titanic.
Rising From Ashes is a documentary chronicles the founding, building of Team Rwanda and the fight to qualify for the Olympics. The film shows in NYC Aug. 2nd.
To celebrate the Olympics kickoff on Friday night, The London Candy Co. and the Drury Lane online bakery co-hosted a private pop-up candy event at the London Candy Co. store on Lexington Ave.
By now, you might be used to seeing abandoned theme parks set in barren, post-apocalyptic landscapes in China. But this one's different.