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The historic electrical underbelly of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) stands at 58th Street...

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Con Edison Building
June 16, 2010

In the spring of 2006, nearly 60 young trees were found pulled and left for dead in Inwood Hill Park,...

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Inwood Hill Park Tree Massacre
June 16, 2010

New Yorkers pride themselves on delicious tap water, but before 1848 the population would have drank...

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High Bridge Park
June 18, 2010

207 East 4th Street was once a store run by the eccentric artist Claes Oldenburg. It is now an apartment...

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207 East 4th Street
June 22, 2010

The Omni Parker House Hotel's rich history is well documented in its own window displays and its oddly...

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Proposal in the Omni Parker House Hotel
June 22, 2010

The Village has a strong literary history. It has housed over the years literary titans like Margaret...

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Greenwich Village Literature
June 28, 2010

Originally named Dreier-Offerman Park for the unmarried women's association that purchased the land in...

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Calvert Vaux Park
June 30, 2010

During the mid 1980s, 57 Great Jones Street was the house and studio of neo-expressionist painter and...

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Jean-Michel Basquiat Studio
July 1, 2010

This tour was created in collaboration with The New Museum and inspired by information from its Bowery...

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The Bowery Artist Tour
July 5, 2010

This tour takes guests around one of New York's most picturesque neighborhoods.

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Walking Tour of Chelsea
July 16, 2010

Located in the major pulse point of the Lower East Side, the tenement building at 100 Orchard Street,...

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The Blue Moon Hotel
July 22, 2010

Bialystok, Poland lent much more to the Lower East Side than the perpetual bridesmaid to the bagel that...

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Bialystoker Synagogue
August 3, 2010

The Blue Moon Hotel makes its guests aware of the rich history out of which it grew. From its balconies,...

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Blue Moon Hotel Tour of the Lower East Side
August 3, 2010

The Angel Orensanz Center is the oldest structure in New York built to serve as a synogogue. The soaring...

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The Angel Orensanz Foundation
August 4, 2010