Secrets tunnels, abandoned shooting galleries, a hidden Veterans Museum, a Civil War ghost, film sets and more secrets of Brooklyn's Park Avenue Armory.
Possibly one of the most hidden places in Brooklyn is inside the Park Slope Armory: the Park Slope Veterans Museum is open by appointment only.
Buried time capsules, a building that was lost in its entirety (twice), and the most bizarre fact about our drinking water, remnants of a Park Slope plane crash
In 1960, a United Airlines flight collided with a TWA flight – one plane would crash in Park Slope, Brooklyn and the other on the south shore of Staten Island.
10 German beer halls, restaurants and bars in NYC to celebrate Oktoberfest in the spirit of the original festival in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.
It's Spring, and with it comes a plethura of outdoor art all around the New York area. We thought we'd show you a few of our favorites from Rock Center to the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and from East Harlem to the Bronx.
This amazing graffiti brownstone is in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The friendly colors and design contrast strongly with the security camera warnings on the windows.
This Park Slope brownstone wins for most creative Halloween decorations, with a pirate ship and a "cannon" launching nerf balls at passersby.
At 640 Second Avenue, just steps from Prospect Park West, is Barack Obama's Park Slope brownstone, where he lived in the mid-1980s with a girlfriend.
The Wooden House Project is a Brooklyn-based initiative that encourages the preservation of standing and historically significant wooden houses in Brooklyn.