Ridgewood, Queens has historically been defined by both its close proximity to Bushwick, Brooklyn and its desire to separate itself from it. Here's what to check out in the neighborhood:
These ten spaces aim to provide artists and the public with spaces to create, share, and enjoy work across platforms such as music, art, performance, and film.
The Ridgewood Reservoir was just listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The naatural oasis once supplied water to the independent city of Brooklyn.
Since the colonial days, people have disputed the location of the Brooklyn-Queens border in New York City. Here's the history behind the boundary and its unclarity.
An Art Deco building in Queens sits on a triangular plot of land off the Forest Hills–71st Avenue stop, and houses the Ridgewood Savings Bank's first branch.
In Ridgewood, Queens just a few minutes walk from the L train the Bridge and Tunnel, a new brewery and taproom is redefining the phrase "Do it yourself."
NeighborhoodX takes a look at the changing names of New York's neighborhoods, often a reflection of the city's changing history and culture over the years
In 2010, the Ridgewood Intermodal Terminal opened at Myrtle-Wyckoff station on the border of Brooklyn and Queens, line facilitating subway to bus transfers
With craft beer becoming an ever more popular means of drinking and socializing, NYC is now home to some of the most innovative breweries. Here are the top ten.
We rounded up 5 hidden bowling alleys in NYC ranging from vintage to brand new, including the Frick Museum, Port Authority, The Aldyn, 15 Broad and a loft in Tribeca.