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George Washington

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Gramercy »

If you're feeling nostalgic about presidents past, let our map guide your feet this weekend.

Upper West Side »

The exhibition will include an immersive re-creation of Washington's fog-shrouded East River retreat.

Murray Hill »

Legend has it one woman used her charm and some tea to delay British forces as the patriots retreated.

Park Slope »

The Old Stone House and venues throughout the city mark the Battle of Brooklyn with a series of events.

Lower East Side »

Think you know the Lower East Side? Prove it with our neighborhood quiz.

Concourse »

Presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama have spent time in the borough.

Bed-Stuy »

The New Bed-Stuy Boxing Center will be honored this month for its dedication to youth in the community.

Governors Island »

The rare Arctic bird made its home on the Island for the first time this winter season, officials said.

Union Square »

The 25-year-old woman grappled with the thief to stop him from escaping on an R train.

Upper West Side »

The New-York Historical Society is showcasing quilts, flags, uniforms, and other objects in a new show.

Washington Heights »

The Morris-Jumel Mansion is hosting spooky events for $40,000 for a complete restoration.

Park Slope »

Foodies can sample Revolutionary War cuisine at events marking the anniversary of the Battle of Brooklyn.

Park Slope »

J.J. Byrne Playground got a $6 million facelift that references the area's Revolutionary War history.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Met museum reopens its American wing, celebrating "Washington Crossing the Delaware."

Washington Heights & Inwood »

DNAinfo tagged along as a paranormal investigation team scoped out the site of many supernatural rumors at the Morris-Jumel mansion, the oldest house in Manhattan.