See which landmark buildings and structures in NYC, Paris, and London have been "sold" by con artists throughout history for thousands of dollars to unsuspecting tourists and immigrants.
Located one block from Central Park is The Wales, a historic neo-Renaissance building that has defined the Upper East Side since 1899.
Although Soho's 19th-century Little France faded by the end of the century, a campaign for the creation of Little Paris is growing.
The Armory Show, known as the International Exhibition of Modern Art, was one of the first exhibitions dedicated to modern art in the U.S.
On November 16, join John Donohue as he retraces his steps in the French capital and shares tips about immersing oneself in the city.
The Pan American Exposition of 1901 was one of the defining moments of art and culture in Buffalo, bringing recognition to the Queen City.
A small but intense coterie of downtown New Yorkers is pushing for the designation of a new neighborhood, "Little Paris."
Le Dîner en Blanc Paris has been exclusively invite only — at least until now. Sign up for its waitlist and join thousands of people for the annual event.
Some cities are identified by their national landmarks, yet these rejected designs reveal how such monuments could have turned out completely different.
NYC's Washington Square Park has one of the city's most recognizable monuments: the Washington Arch. Learn more about this historic arch with our 10 secrets.