Before the advent of architectural modernism’s sleeker, less ornamental styles, architects commonly adorned the tops of buildings with human statues, particularly on municipal buildings. Here are a few statues that remain and, as expected with any art form, some modern twists on an old tradition.
Tour the histories linking the two campuses of Columbia University, from Morningside Heights to Manhattanville, spanning back to the 1700s.
We've highlighted the best NYC observation decks that offer amazing views of the city and unique climbing experiences.
10 locations in NYC where Martin Luther King Jr. visited and made his mark, including Carnegie Hall, Riverside Church, and City College.
Classic Harbor Line is offering passengers a variety of scenic fall foliage cruises along the Hudson River onboard a number of yachts.
From the vestiges of an insane asylum to the remnants of Croton Aqueduct, these are the most fascinating secrets of Morningside Heights.
Early skyscrapers introduced New Yorkers to the novelty and thrill of being hundreds and thousands of feet in the air.
Explore the hidden secrets and quirky history of New York Citie's 10 iconic chapels. From pirate history to famous weddings, these cathedrals have seen it all.
Black History Month will offer trolley tours of Green-Wood Cemetery & Weeksville, Art at Riverside Church, Studio Museum & Schomburg Center, food, gospel & jazz.
Looming over Riverside Park in NYC is the tallest church in the United States, a historic church with much social and architectural significance.