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  1. TWA Building (PhotoL Kbrinker/Flickr CC)

    Tour the Amazing TWA Flight Center at Open House New York 2015

    New York City is home to dozens of amazing buildings hidden from the public for most of the year. But one weekend every October, Open House New York opens up hundreds of the city’s most architecturally and culturally significant spaces throughout the five boroughs. ...
  2. The South Street Seaport Museum will offer walking tours as part of Archtober (Photo: Harvey Barrison/Flickr CC)

    3 Can’t-Miss “Archtober” Events in NYC

    This October, NYC celebrates its fifth annual Archtober, a month filled with tours, lectures, films and exhibitions hosted by the American Institute of Architects that highlight the importance of architecture and design in the city. ...
  3. Pope Francis departs after arriving in the United States at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland on September 22, 2015; The popes lodgings while in New York City (Photo: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)

    The Pope’s “Home Away from Rome” in NYC

    Pope Francis, the 266th pope and the first elected non-European pope since 741 AD, kicked off his first trip to the United States this week. ...
  4. The Dakota, John Lennon (Photos: Alejandro Lavin, Jr/Flickr CC, Central Press/Getty Images)

    8 Most Haunted Apartment Buildings in NYC

    It’s common for New Yorkers to regularly move around to different apartments and neighborhoods, but what about those residents who simply decide to stay... not just in life, but also in death? ...
  5. The entrance to the 34 St-Hudson Yards station which extends the 7 line to the West Side (Photo: Patrick Cashin/Metropolitan Transportation Authority)

    NYC’s First New Subway Station in 25 Years Opens: The 7 Train Extension

    Javits-goers, rejoice: This weekend, New York City celebrated the opening of its 469th subway station -- the first new station to open in over a quarter of a century. ...
  6. The SeaGlass Carousel (Photo: The Battery Conservancy)

    Splashy New Aquatic Carousel Opens in Battery Park in NYC

    If you thought a carousel was confined to spinning horses, this one will prove you wrong. The new SeaGlass Carousel ($5pp; open daily 10am-10pm, except Jan. and Feb.), ...
  7. New public plaza at Penn Station (Photo: Jean-Claude Quintyne for

    New Public Plaza Opens at Penn Station

    Penn Station: Not a destination many New Yorkers choose to visit. ...
  8. Smiling Hogshead Ranch in Queens (Photo: Timothy Krause/Flickr CC)

    3 Awesome Community Gardens in NYC

    Summer’s the time when most New Yorkers wish they had a private backyard -- and with NYC's many community gardens, you can come pretty close. ...
  9. A condo at 232 Adelphi Street

    3 Unique Converted NYC Churches You Can Live In

    New Yorkers today don’t attend church like they used to. Declining congregations across the five boroughs begs the question: What’s a city to do with the hundreds of historic, gorgeous churches ...
  10. A newly built pavilion near the repaired boardwalk at Rockaway Beach (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    New Rockaway Boardwalk Opens in NYC

    Surf culture, food stands, beautiful beaches and, of course, the boardwalk, draw summer visitors to the Rockaways in Queens. But the boardwalk had it rough these past few years, as much of it was obliterated in 2012 by Hurricane Sandy. ...