New York has always been a hotbed for independence, starting back in 1775, with the Revolutionary War. There are many fascinating Revolutionary War historic sites to visit across New York where you can learn way more than what you may remember from history class. Here's how Harlem, and ten other important New York sites, made history in the Revolutionary War.
A thriving community in Central Harlem is quietly breaking the unrelenting, soul-and-mind-destroying cycle of generational poverty that has blighted and shortened so many lives across the country. Harlem Children’s Zone’s Anne Williams-Isom shares the story with us.
The Adirondack Region has a long tradition of building boats of the highest quality. Here are five companies that carry on this tradition today. From restorers of historic wooden boats to makers of modern canoes and motorboats, the region has every sort of boat builder.
This week, for the second and last time this year, New York City will be witness to a spectacular, natural light display. The Sun will perfectly align with Manhattan’s street grid and create a breathtaking sight as it sets.