Flushing, Queens is one of the most vibrant, culturally diverse, and historic places in New York City. It has adventurous
The movie Motherless Brooklyn, written, directed and starring Edward Norton, opens this Friday. The film is based on the noir mystery novel set in 1950s New York City by Jonathan Lethem, shot in locations throughout NYC that evoke the era of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs.
The beloved book Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem is coming out as a feature film with Edward Norton and Alec Baldwin as Robert Moses, with many great locations that create the film noir mid-century aesthetic of the book (including old Penn Station!)
The creation of the NYC subway system misplaced literally tons of dirt and stone, but those materials did not go to waste. Here are six places built from the excavation of the subway.
From its association with the United Nations to relics of the World's Fairs, here are the top 10 secrets of the Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
In 1932, a temporary wood and plaster replica of Federal Hall was erected at Bryant Park. Here's what the structure looked like and the story behind it.
Though not nearly spoken as much of as New York City's other bridges, the Henry Hudson Bridge is a commanding city fixture, which harbors years of history.
Castle Clinton has continuously piqued our interest. Here, we delve into 10 of its most interesting secrets and fun facts, covering its two century lifespan.
Back for its second season, the rock musical "Bulldozer: The Ballad of Robert Moses" about NYC's famous master builder has been revamped for its world premiere.
Co-op City, located in the northeast Bronx on NYC's urban periphery, is highly visible but remains an enigma to most New Yorkers. It is worth a closer look.