Flushing, Queens is one of the most vibrant, culturally diverse, and historic places in New York City. It has adventurous
Dalton Whiteside is a modern-day Indiana Jones, like a time-traveler from a different century. With him, we discovered an astounding four time capsules on the campus of City College of New York
Flushing Town Hall is a picturesque landmark on Northern Boulevard with a rich history, notable architecture and vibrant use as a multi-cultural arts center.
From the Westinghouse Time Capsules to one of the oldest known time capsules, these artifacts help us to understand what the city was like in the past.
A time capsule shaped like a World War II bomb—complete with tailfins—was uncovered by construction workers working at a Flatiron site this past Wednesday.
While much of Flushing Meadows Park was rebuilt for the 1964 World's Fair, the remnants of the 1939 World's Fair are significant if you know where to look.
Almost 200 years old and an area of 478 acres, the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NYC is an impressive site with some interesting secrets. Here are our top 10.
The 1938 New York World's Fair Westinghouse Time Capsule was buried in Flushing Meadow's Park, September 23, 1939, to be opened in 5000 years in the year 6939.
A 100-year-old time capsule is opened at the New York Historical Society on October 8, 2014, sealed by the Lower Wall Street Business Men's Association in 1914
On October 8th, 2014 the New York Historical Society will open a bronze time capsule from 1914, the oldest, unopened time capsule and deposit a new time capsule