Earlier this year, we wrote an article about the subway line that ran just for the 1939 World’s Fair and a
Two curious, lit up towers atop Steiner Studios in the Brooklyn Navy Yard are from the 1940s: WWII radio transmission towers on 25 Washington Avenue
It’s been a while since our last Untapped Mailbag in which we answer questions from readers, submitted via Twitter, Facebook or
After our list of 10 great tea rooms and boutiques in NYC, here are 6 more user-submitted tea shops to add to the list.
An Untapped reader directed us to a cast iron lamppost in Murray Hill, wondering if it was a historic one. We went to scope it out.
We did into the symbols on the monumental doors of the Brooklyn Public LIbrary, which reference key American authors and fictional figures.
Tired of Banksy? This more subtle street art by Stikman has been around for more than 20 years and can be seen in NYC and Washington DC.
An Untapped Cities reader asked us recently, "Is there any info on the exact boundaries of Holmes Airport before the Bulova complex took its place?"
An Untapped Cities reader asks us about the authenticity of a story on a flying bat/frog person on Coney Island from 1880. Our expert gives the answer.
An Untapped Cities reader submitted this photo asking us what it was. Turns out it's a WPA-era building turned into a waste treatment plant in Queens.