Discover 10 maritime memorials in NYC dedicated to the triumphs and tragedies of New Yorkers at sea.
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Check out Woodlawn Cemetery and secret residents, architecture, and 10 facts about one of NYC's largest cemeteries and one of its national historic landmarks.
Audrey Munson may not sound like a familiar name, but she is present all across NYC as the model for many statues on famous monuments and institutions.
Nicknamed the millionaires ship, Titanic was crossing the Atlantic in April 1912 on her way to the NYC, the of millionaire where many of its passengers resided.
The dilapidated Pier 54 on the Hudson River Park is nearly all gone, but its White Star Line archway, a memory of its history with the RMS Titanic, remains.
The surrounding waters of New York hide over 300 ill-fated ships. We dive into some of New York's famous shipwrecks, both known and lost.
A look at a dining experience inspired by the cuisine served on the Titanic.
In honor of the Titanic's 100th anniversary, the tale of Isidor and Ida Straus of Macy's and L Straus & Sons fame.
On the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's fateful sinking, a group of culinary masterminds are recreating the final dinner aboard the ill-fated ship, but with some 21st century upgrades.