This month marked the 75th Anniversary of the World War II Victory Parade in New York City. On January 12, 1946,
Is it legal to swim in NYC's fountains? Find the answer as you see these vintage photos of when the Washington Square Park fountain was turned into a pool.
Stanford White, NYC's first "starchitect," left an indelible mark on landscape of the city with the many structures he designed throughout his prolific career.
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.
Amid the flurry of activity that takes every day, Johan Figueroa-González somehow manages to command the attention of even the most preoccupied New Yorkers.
We're bringing the secrets of New York City alive for a one-day event on Nov. 12. Join us for Fair Rows: 10 Secrets of Washington Square Park and the WSP Arch.
With 2017 being New York City's Art in the Parks 50th anniversary, it is a great time to celebrate ten of the most stunning pieces from the program's past.
Tomorrow, testify at the NYC Council Parks Committee hearing about Parks Department properties currently inaccessible to the public at 1 PM at City Hall.
NYC's historic Washington Square Arch has stood for over 100 years. Here's a rare glimpse inside the mysterious marble monument, closed off to the public.
See the unorthodox spaces in which NYC artists have for decades been reclaiming and occupying to share their work and give others the chance to express themselves beyond the official institutional walls of museums.