New Yorkers have a very loose definition of what constitutes a "square," but here are some extreme examples around the City of places named "Square" where a different polygon would be much more fitting.
in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn sits a little traffic triangle officially called "Cough Triangle" that's part of the New York City Greenstreets program.
From views, to hikes, here are five of the San Francisco Bay area's lesser known attractions to satisfy the urban explorer within you.
Here are 10 unique benches across Manhattan worth visiting, from Gaudí-inspired mosaic benches to a secluded gazebo in Central Park.
The Bronx is has the most parks of any other borough in New York City, such as Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx Park, Wave Hill, Woodlawn Cemetery, Pelham Bay Park
The city announces first ever master plan for Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, the third largest park in NYC.
Robert Lederman, the founder of Artists' Response To Illegal State Tactics (ARTIST), routinely ducked officials for selling artwork in a restricted area of NYC.
JR has a mural in the quirky Elizabeth Street Garden in Nolita, NYC, itself in danger of being converted into affordable housing.
Some of the Brooklyn's green spaces are simply known as “park,” leaving a stretch of parks without a name from DUMBO to Bay Ridge.
Photos of the new Hunter's Point South Park in Long Island City show an expansive community space with striking views of Manhattan.