The large, glittering, colorful ball that drops from a pole atop One Times Square at the end of every year
Spectators are not allowed to gather in Times Square this New Year’s Eve to watch the ball drop, but two
In honor of Pride month the new digital billboards on One Times Square showed the Pride Flag yesterday. The stunning photos were taken by @nyclovesnyc.
Today, One Times Square's new full height billboards will a soothing, slow motion of two 200-foot-long humpback whales as they dance across the digital signage.
Take a picture with the "1" and "9" pieces of the 2019 New Year's Eve sign in Times Square Plaza!
The New Year's Eve Times Square ball has evolved significantly since its 1907 debut, paralleling U.S. industry itself. Here's how it has changed over the years.
Though millions watch the Times Square New Year's Eve ball drop, few know the history behind it. Here are some interesting secrets we've uncovered.
Travel back through history to discover ten lost and demolished Broadway theaters in NYC. Explore changes in the theater district from the 1790's to now.
While NYC's newspaper graveyard is full of fallen titles, there are still many ghosts of its newspaper past which exist today in Times Square, Herald Square.
In the early years of the 20th century, artist Vernon Howe Bailey documented NYC's transition into a modern metropolis in his detailed magazine illustrations.