From a map courtesy of NYU students, here are 10 monuments, memorials, parks, and historic locations throughout NYC to celebrate International Day of Peace.More
This townhouse is not what it seems to be...
Brooklyn Heights is probably best known for its charming, tree-lined streets filled with 19th century mansions and churches. But the bucolic neighborhood boasts more than just cobblestone lanes and scenic views of Lower Manhattan. Being one of the oldest neighborhoods in New York …More
There are two pieces of the famed Plymouth Rock in Brooklyn. One is in the Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims and the other at Brooklyn Historical Society.More
A look at sites associated with presidents from George Washington to Abraham Lincoln.More
New York City was a hotbed of social activism in the 19th century; it hosted a major segment of the Underground Railroad and was a major rallying point for prominent abolitionists of the day.More