The July 2018 outdoor art installations you must see in NYC cover the five boroughs and the waterways. You'll need to see more than one a day to catch them all!
Untapped Cities reader and videographer, Matthew Chirico, sent us a stunning film that highlights the now abandoned Art Deco bathhouse in the Rockaways.
New York City's public bathhouses thrived from the mid-to-late 19th century to the 1970's. See vintage photos of the city's sanitation stations in their prime.
All the outdoor art installations to check out in NYC this month from an artist-designed pop-up pool to a celebration of 50 years of art in the parks.
Take a peek inside the abandoned Art Deco bathhouse in Jacob Riis Park on Rockaway Beach—a beautiful, mostly defunct former seaside idyll that opened in 1932.
Discover secrets and stories of the Rockaways, the seaside peninsula with a vibrant history defined by military involvement and its proximity to the ocean.
With so much of his time spent in New York City, it's unsurprising that Anthony Bourdain has returned to familiar stomping grounds for his show "Parts Unknown."
Construction has officially begun at NYC's first Citywide Ferry landing at Beach 108th Street and Beach Channel Drive in the Rockaways, managed by Skanska.
These 11 outdoor art installations not to miss in NYC will take you to Long Island City, Rockaway, Harlem and between through parks & gardens and new buildings.
While there is the famous theater district near Times Square, here are 10 other places in NYC that have been repurposed as theaters.