The artist Jacob Lawrence was only 23 years old in 1941 when he made his series, called “The Migration of the Negro,” telling the story in abstract, stylized paintings full of color, movement and words.
Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum Bob Santelli conceptualized the idea with the Sinatra family.
Children are now learning about the science behind the city’s architectural treasures by rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty making their own bricks.
Pterosaurs ruled the skies when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Now, they’re taking over the Museum of Natural History as the focus of a new exhibit.
As Anthony Weiner campaigns for mayor, he has found himself featured in a decidedly non-family-friendly venue.
Some of the most famous artists and bestselling authors in the world will be putting down their pens and paint and picking up bats and gloves this summer for the annual Artists vs. Writers softball game.
Dozens of historic cars will be featured at the Grand Central Terminal this weekend to take visitors back in time.
It is known as New York City’s greenest borough _ and also as its forgotten borough. But beyond the ferry, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and maybe the Fresh Kills landfill, few people outside Staten Island know of its rich history as a strategic site in New York Harbor, a farming center, a recreational haven and a suburban retreat.
The words of three religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are now side-by-side at the New York Public Library.