New York City has hidden history, landmark buildings and notable characters who thread through every neighborhood. This map collects all of these stories and we provide the most recent stories each week.

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Hold the Egg Sandwich: Egyptian TV Is Calling (9/16): 40.697860, -73.899593
In New York City, a New Moxy Hotel Has a History: 40.752359, -73.989319
Why biking the Brooklyn Bridge is one of NYC’s most difficult commutes: 40.706344, -73.997040
Forget Fan Fiction. In Nerdlesque, the Garters Come Off.: 40.721339, -73.988731
282-year-old Queens church is NYC\'s newest landmark (9/20): 40.740009, -73.877984
Visiting New York City\'s last horse stables: 40.649796, -73.973336
Inside The Gig Economy’s New Wave Of Women’s Clubs: The Wing: 40.738769, -73.988308
THNK1994 Museum (9/27): 40.677978, -73.944584
Finn Wolfhard, the Young Star of ‘Stranger Things,’ Shops for Vinyl (9/28): 40.720804, -73.959990
This alley was once an exclusive New York street (9/18): 40.721104, -74.009228
Reviving the Joy of Decoration at Nike’s New SoHo Building (10/1): 40.723342, -73.999058
Tenement Museum Recreates the Lives of 3 Immigrant Families in NYC Exhibition “Under One Roof” (9/29): 40.718793, -73.990070
Iconic album covers of Greenwich Village and the East Village: “Physical Graffiti”: 40.727173, -73.984839
The Forgotten History of NYC’s Iconic Terminal Bar (10/3): 40.756522, -73.990130
Hoping to Honor Hendrix on the Street Where He Once Lived (10/3): 40.733073, -73.998807
The ever-changing Bowery (10/4): 40.721957, -73.993478
Supreme Opened in Brooklyn With a Giant Skate Bowl. We Dropped In. (10/5): 40.714566, -73.962107
A Backyard Film Festival in Astoria, Queens (10/4): 40.757878, -73.913309
This is the oldest house in Greenwich Village (10/02): 40.731425, -74.005018
Archtober Building of the Day: The Noguchi Museum (10/4): 40.766969, -73.938272
Construction Project at a Cathedral: A New Home for Its Peacocks (10/8): 40.803879, -73.963525
How The Statue of Christopher Columbus Came To Be in NYC’s Columbus Circle (10/9): 40.768094, -73.981848
The Top 10 Secrets of NYC’s Floyd Bennett Field (10/9): 40.591242, -73.890653
Peek inside a Williamsburg townhouse made entirely of shipping containers (10/9): 40.719245, -73.941277
This Bar Has the Oldest, Grandest Urinals In New York City (10/10): 40.737609, -73.989162
From China’s Artist-Activist, a Citywide Great Wall (10/12): 40.731234, -73.997104
Can the Gowanus Canal Survive Its Renaissance? (10/12): 40.677074, -73.989401
This Apocalyptic NYC Church Facade Depicts City Collapsing Beneath Giant Waves & Nuclear Explosion (10/12): 40.804020, -73.962665
Let’s Not Destroy New York City’s Brutalist Masterpieces (10/15): 40.758347, -73.970218
Watching the Astros From a New York City Sports Bar (10/17): 40.722210, -73.983026
An Unexpected President, and Expressions of Subway Therapy (10/18): 40.742994, -73.982009
Photos: Exploring The Abandoned 19th Century Ridgewood Reservoir (10/19): 40.686214, -73.887358
See Photos Inside the Abandoned City Hall Station in NYC (10/18): 40.712891, -74.004529
Photos Atop the Off-Limits Manhattan Municipal Building Cupola (10/19): 40.713086, -74.003949
Nostrand Avenue odyssey, part 2: A stroll from East Flatbush to Crown Heights (10/18): 40.646897, -73.949146
13 Terrifying Places in and Around NYC You Didn\'t Know Were Haunted: Gay Street (10/16): 40.733657, -74.000409
The Lost Potential of Jersey City’s 111 1st Street (10/24): 40.720736, -74.037467
The Top 10 Secrets of Eldridge Street in the Lower East Side (10/25): 40.718586, -73.991752
Nostrand Avenue odyssey, part 3: Castles designed by Montrose Morris and other Bed-Stuy eye candy (10/25): 40.678978, -73.949618
How the 1919 World Series was rigged at the Upper West Side’s Ansonia (10/24): 40.780250, -73.982109
Check Out This Over-The-Top Halloween House In Astoria (10/26): 40.776947, -73.915616
Forgotten New York: Edward Morgan Place (10/25): 40.834625, -73.945226
Park Avenue\'s Hidden History (10/24): 40.790420, -73.949790
Why People Say the Oldest House in Manhattan is Haunted (10/28): 40.834494, -73.938576
Flag Football Touches Down in Brooklyn (10/26): 40.663875, -73.969574
Senator Street in Bay Ridge: A historic block without landmark protections (10/26): 40.636598, -74.024001
Staying in Crown Heights, Even as It Gentrifies (10/30): 40.677276, -73.947204
Rostam Batmanglij, Formerly of Vampire Weekend, Gets Lost in Brooklyn (10/30): 40.728606, -73.948755
Exploring the Cloisters, a medieval castle in NYC (10/30): 40.864945, -73.931830
Greenpoint’s Haunted House On Oak Street (10/31): 40.728196, -73.955155
Barbara Kruger\'s Bold Statement Pieces Now Up Around NYC (11/2): 40.744079, -74.006782
36 Hours in Latino New York City: El Barrio (11/2): 40.798509, -73.941121
36 Hours in Latino New York City: Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard’s (11/2): 40.740498, -74.004335
36 Hours in Latino New York City: El Museo Del Barrio (11/2): 40.793100, -73.951356
The Becker Flavoring Extracts Shop - 220 East 81st Street (11/4): 40.775067, -73.955460
The 1831 Jacob Romaine House - 7 Leroy Street (11/2): 40.730964, -74.003288
Where Santa Claus was Born - 46 Walker Street (11/3): 40.719282, -74.003539
Greenwich Village: Once Offbeat, Now Upscale (11/1): 40.730820, -73.997426
The City Teenager vs. the Monstrous Snakehead (11/2): 40.742429, -73.837888
Celebrating the End of the Cabaret Law (Where Else?) on the Dance Floor (11/5): 40.706817, -73.923600
New York’s Majestic Passage in the Sky (11/13): 40.640921, -74.142609
The Best Things at the Met Museum You\'ve Probably Never Looked At (10/23): 40.779165, -73.962928
Multidimensional Maps That Provide New Perspectives on New York City (11/6): 40.738073, -73.998980
Exploring Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, home to late New York greats (11/8): 40.656062, -73.997898
Tour the Renzo Piano-designed Whitney Museum, where artwork flows into the cityscape (11/12): 40.739609, -74.008860
An Insider’s Guide to Halal Takeout: Haandi (11/9): 40.742389, -73.982361
An Insider’s Guide to Halal Takeout: Dera and Kababish (11/9): 40.747617, -73.894015
The Top 10 Secrets About NYC’s Co-op City (11/13): 40.874389, -73.829069
What Exactly Is the Black Mayonnaise at the Bottom of the Gowanus Canal? (11/13): 40.675951, -73.994336
The Top 10 Secrets of Lord & Taylor on 5th Avenue in NYC (10/26): 40.751511, -73.983070
Battered and Tattered, Puerto Rico’s Flag Still Waves (11/12): 40.885699, -73.830947
Inside one of NYC\'s oldest and most famous bars, which serves only 2 beers and didn\'t allow women in until 1970 (11/13): 40.728844, -73.989691
Eternal Youth in Tompkins Square Park (11/11): 40.726267, -73.981805
NYC Skyscraper Museum Looks Back at Lower Manhattan’s Decline & Rebirth in the 1990s (11/14): 40.705319, -74.017467
Honoring a Hidden Slave Burial Ground (11/14): 40.810171, -73.882713
A Statue Stirs to Life in Washington Square Park (11/14): 40.731178, -73.997029
Behold the gorgeously restored Kings Theatre in Brooklyn (11/14): 40.645994, -73.957368
When Today\'s Tribeca Was the Site of a Most Sensational Murder (11/15): 40.718900, -74.006567
Whose horses boarded at this 10th Street stable? (11/13): 40.734149, -73.997779
Who Needs City Hall, Anyway? Bo Dietl Still Has His Table at Rao’s (11/17): 40.793980, -73.934238
Surveying decades of change on the Lower East Side’s bustling Orchard Street (11/16): 40.720323, -73.989122
A Downtown Treasure, The National City Bank Building - 55 Wall Street (11/16): 40.706080, -74.009320
The History of 150-152 Duane: 40.716391, -74.008204
Macy\'s Christmas Windows: When they open, what to expect and how to get a good view (11/16): 40.750386, -73.987942
Jewish gangsters, jazz legends, and Joy Division: The evolution of the Ukrainian National Home (11/16): 40.728863, -73.987099
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distance: 4208.5 miles
Battered and Tattered, Puerto Rico’s Flag Still Waves (11/12)
New York Times: A mural painted inside a Bronx auto body shop is meant to portray Puerto Rico’s resiliency following Hurricane Maria.
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distance: 4209 miles
The Top 10 Secrets About NYC’s Co-op City (11/13)
Untapped Cities: A visionary model of cooperation or a planning and architectural nightmare? Co-op City has been viewed both ways, but for many New Yorkers it remains an enigma, tucked away in the urban periphery of the northeast Bronx.
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distance: 4213.5 miles
Exploring the Cloisters, a medieval castle in NYC (10/30)
Curbed: The architecture of the Met Museum’s medieval annex is older than the United States
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distance: 4214 miles
Honoring a Hidden Slave Burial Ground (11/14)
New York Times: There is no marker, but nearby is a small cemetery — gated and locked — right in the middle of the 2.5-acre park with tombstones for the owners of those who toiled on their farms.
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distance: 4215.1 miles
Why People Say the Oldest House in Manhattan is Haunted (10/28)

DNAinfo: Rumor has it the oldest house in Manhattan gives shelter to its ancient residents still. (Photo: Morris-Jumel Mansion)

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