When most people think of the New Jersey Shore, they probably think of the beaches, boardwalks, or maybe even the popular reality TV show. They probably don’t think of the 1800’s industrial age and the […]
Explore an Island in the New York City harbor that was once a U.S. army military base dating back to the 1700’s. Today it’s a National Landmark open to the public.
Take a look at a temporary art installation at New York City’s Rockefeller Center. A 30 foot pool towers over tourists for two months during the Spring of 2016.
How one person was compelled to take two photos of the World Trade Center just days before the towers fell.
A quick look at the historic house of a successful New England Whaler.
A look into the non-public side of Ellis Island and how some of the now abandoned portions of the hospital complex look today.
Many people might be familiar with a Billy Joel song where he sings about the lights going out on Broadway. I’ve listened to this song many times and never realized the actual name of that song […]
How a walk in the woods led to uncovering an old process for harvesting and transporting giant blocks of ice. The process was so impressive that even Thomas Edison visited the area to record some of his first film footage.
How a walk on a nature trail ignited a fire to step back in time. What are these tunnels? Why are they on the side of a mountain? What were they used for?