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Washington Heights »

Manhattan's oldest home has a lot of history — and a lot of ghosts.

St. George »

The boats saw battle in the Civil War, were retrofitted as jails and used to be painted white.

East Harlem »

The exhibit will be open until November 26, the museum said. 

Greenpoint »

Landmarked houses, centennial churches, parks and streets attest to Greenpoint's Irish history.

Midtown »

As the hotel closes for three years of renovations, we trace its history over more than a century.

Greenpoint »

Peter J. McGuinness fought to get the train line, according to a new biography.

Bedford Park »

One of Fidel Castro's most indelible moments happened in New York in 1960.

Union Square »

Women in New York City cast their first ballots for president in 1920 after winning the right to vote.

Greenwich Village »

Whether she wins or loses, New York City's full of places to celebrate a vote for the first woman POTUS.

Red Hook »

"Red Hook WaterStories 1.0" launched in time for the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

Upper East Side »

In a battle of wits, who would come out on top? The Museum of the City of New York wants to find out.

Murray Hill »

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

Yorkville »

Jared Grossman is looking for people to interview for his documentary about Yorkville and its history.