From inaccurate geographic markers to the a church in an old theater, here are the top 12 secrets of Woodside, Queens.
With a contentious past to Brooklyn and a memorial to fallen World War I soldiers, Ridgewood has many secrets ready to be discovered.
On July 30, 1916, people were woken up by a deafening explosion at the Black Tom railroad yard that happened to be an act of German sabotage.
The Bayport Aerodrome is an active airport for small private planes, just five miles from MacArthur Airport on Long Island.
Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal (commonly referred to as “Port Newark” or “Port Elizabeth”) is a staple in the international shipping community, serving as a major component of the Port of New York and New Jersey.
In 1917, visitors to Central Park were greeted by historic sites like the Bethesda Fountain, statues of historical figures, and
In 1919, a section of Park Avenue was transformed into "Victory Way" displaying two enormous pyramids made of German army helmets. 85,000 German army helmets, to be exact.
Commemorate a World War I centennial on Governors Island with the free two day festival presented by the historical re-enactors of the East Coast Doughboys!
Commemorate Veteran's Day and the historic centennial of the WWI armistice with these events happening all over New York City!
Uncover the secrets of the Brooklyn Bridge, commemorate the centennial of WWI, explore an abandoned hospital and more at an Untapped Cities event his week!