Explore the hidden secrets and quirky history of New York Citie's 10 iconic chapels. From pirate history to famous weddings, these cathedrals have seen it all.
Many famous individuals have lived in NYC, and many have also been buried here. Here are some of the most famous individuals buried in and near the city.
A Brooklyn writer has put together a book on real life locations featured in Hamilton: The Musical in the guide "Where Was the Room Where It Happened?"
It’s no exaggeration to say that the Erie Canal made the Big Apple. Today, signs of that great project are scattered around NYC like the Red Hook Grain Terminal
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.
Oysters, which New Yorkers have historically decimated, are one of NYC Harbor’s best shots at clean water, as well as one of its best chances at protection.
The parts of NYC that have been moved from England to become part of the city's land and architecture, from the colonial era until now.
16 art exhibits & installations not to miss in NYC this month highlighting photography, ecology, redevelopment, food, & the plight of Syrian refugees.
Manhattan's Trinity Church was once the tallest building in the city. While dwarfed by skyscrapers today, it still holds an important place in New York history.
Explore the city on bike with four themed bike routes packed with history that will excite the adventure in cyclists of all types through Brooklyn and Manhattan