A historic house on MacDougal Street faces demolition as part of the Hudson Square Rezoning project; the house was featured in the 1997 film, Men in Black.
There are shops in Soho that will peak your curiosity and bring you back in time as we walk the cobblestone street to visit The Evolution Shop, Fanelli's cafe' and cap off our night at Milady's Bar.
In 1977, Walter De Maria filled a Soho loft with 280,000 pounds of soil and called it the New York Earth Room. You can still visit it today and see the soil that has been there for over 30 years.
Our curated picks for New York events this week: Upstairs/Downstairs at Downtown Abbey Dinner, Equus Projects & Chef Patricia Clark's movement installation/cocktail party, MAS Conference on Resilience.
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Vintage shopping like a modern day treasure hunt for that perfect, one-of-a-kind piece, and we're bringing you the Untapped Vintage Shopping Guide with our favorite vintage shops in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
After Polaroid production ceased in 2008, The Impossible Project established itself in manufacturing the materials needed to keep instant analog photography alive.
South of West Houston on Sullivan Street are three blocks that look like the village of old, with many of the shopkeepers maintaining the integrity of the wood storefronts.
Our ten favorite bookstores in Manhattan, from the breathtaking Rizzoli to the booze-friendly Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, to the secret, speakeasy-esque Brazenhead.
Hidden among New York City's various neighborhoods are some amazing pieces of sculpture; artistic delights to be found on the streets of Manhattan, if you know where to look. Here are a few of the city's not-to-be-missed art pieces.