Memorials make us remember those who have gone, but they also inspire us to great feats in our own lives. Read on for five of New York’s most moving tributes to check out this Memorial Day.
Mystic is a fine choice for a family trip – a coastal village with a lot of attractions, enough to hold the kids for the whole weekend.
The Titanic II will follow the planned trans-Atlantic path of its doomed namesake from Southampton, England to New York City and will have the same interior and cabin layout as the original. Passengers will also wear costumes from 1912.
When you’ve directed the top 2 box office hits of all time, you get to do what you want in Hollywood. Just ask Titanic and Avatar director, James Cameron.
We know the Rangers in seven can be heaven. But why do they have to go through hell to get there?
An Australian billionaire said Monday he’ll build a high-tech replica of the original Titanic at a Chinese shipyard. Its maiden voyage in late 2016 will be from England to New York, matching the planned voyage of its namesake.
A century ago, the Titanic would have sailed up New York Harbor, concluding her maiden transatlantic voyage.
The elder Joe Duquemen was a third class passenger on the RMS Titanic who survived by leaping into the frigid waters and swimming to nearby a lifeboat.
If you’re more of a historian than a Leonardo DiCaprio fan, “Titanic at 100: Myth and Memory” will be right up your alley.
A century ago, the Titanic would have sailed up New York harbor, concluding her maiden trans-Atlantic voyage.
Robin Gibb composed the symphonic piece with his son, Robin-John Gibb, and was scheduled to perform a new song, “Don’t Cry Alone,” during the premier concert at The Royal Albert Hall.
Passengers will visit a cemetery in Nova Scotia where 150 victims of the Titanic are buried. The ship will also feature lectures about life on board the doomed ocean liner and hold a memorial service at sea.
A century after the Titanic sank, the legacy of the ship’s wealthiest and most famous passenger lives on quietly at the luxury hotel he built in New York City.
As part of this weekend’s Beneath The Sea event in Secaucus, New Jersey, National Geographic deep water explorer Emory Kristof is hosting a presentation called, “100th Anniversary Of The Sinking Of A Legend: Titanic.”
Items as small as a hairpin and as big as a chunk of the Titanic’s hull are among 5,000 artifacts from the world’s most famous shipwreck that are to be auctioned in April, close to the 100th anniversary of the disaster.