The new Nitehawk Cinema on Prospect Park in the former Pavilion Theatre will be the company's largest with 7 screens and will retain Vaudeville era architectural elements.
New York is home to several interesting coins that span several historical periods and values, honoring emperors, activists and even some criminal activity.
See photos inside the Park Slope, Brooklyn townhouse that former President Barack Obama lived in during the 1980s, recently sold for $4.3 million.
Play ball! Here's a look back at 7 of NYC's lost baseball stadiums from Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium to the more obscure Capitoline Grounds.
New York City restaurants aren't shying away from the bold and diverse flavors of African cuisine; here are 10 must-visit African Restaurants in New York City.
Every city has places that serve as a reminder to some of its darker points in history and NYC is no exception. Here are 5 spots associated with "Dark Tourism."
In 1776, American soldiers retreated from the Battle of Brooklyn down the Porte Road to Gowanus swamp. Today, a portion of that is visible due to construction.
Many barber shops in NYC aspire to evoke a sense of old-world charm. Here are 10 authentic vintage barber shops that have been around for at least 50 years, and counting.
Photos from inside a long-abandoned shooting gallery inside the Park Slope Armory, used for target practice by the 14th Regiment of the New York State Militia.
Almost 200 years old and an area of 478 acres, the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NYC is an impressive site with some interesting secrets. Here are our top 10.