NYC filming locations in the lush crime drama, The Alienist, on TNT based on the book by Caleb Carr are based on real historic places in 1896 New York.
The Mayor's Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers, has launched an online survey for New Yorkers to have their say on NYC public monuments.
New York is home to several interesting coins that span several historical periods and values, honoring emperors, activists and even some criminal activity.
Though Theodore Roosevelt died in 1919 a piece of him still lives on in NYC at 1 Police Plaza: his 121-year old desk where NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton sits
The Roosevelts – Teddy, FDR and Eleanor, have a long and established history in New York, with townhouses in Manhattan and estates outside of NYC.
On March 11, 1892, an uptight minister named Charles Parkhurst visited the Gramercy-area brothel of Hattie Adams as part of an undercover sting
For an alternative to the main NYC museums, check out these historic houses converted into museums in Manhattan, including The Players Club, Frick Collection
New York City boasts the country's only Nobel Prize Monument in Theodore Roosevelt Park near the American Museum of Natural History; a fitting place, as Roosevelt was the country's first Nobel Prize Winner.
As the American Museum of Natural History prepares to reopen the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda after two years of restoration, discover a little-known story about one of the murals and its connection to Vladimir Nabokov.
Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain and Arturo Toscanini all resided at Wave Hill. Today the villa serves as a cultural center with art exhibitions, garden parties and other special events.