Slovenian bartender Kevin Kos prepared three versions of a classic Manhattan using recipes from 1884, 1887, and the present day.
Kite & Key Media put together a wonderful compilation of odd and abandoned megaprojects within the United States.
Landmarks of New York explains the history behind the two revolving plastic statues that sit on the Brooklyn side of the Manhattan Bridge.
The B1M takes a look at the Interborough Express, a proposed MTA project that would connect underserved neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens.
Professional bartender Karl Franz Williams showed how to make 20 classic popular whiskey cocktails that have withstood the test of time.
Chef Eric Sze explores the newest Chinatown culture of Flushing, Queens in NYC in a tasty episode of the Vice News series "Counter Space".
Too Many Zoos, Lucky Chops, and High & Mighty Brass Band Perform Badass Brooklyn Cover of ‘I Will Survive’
Lucky Chops and High & Mighty Brass Band joined Too Many Zoos along the sidewalks of Brooklyn to perform a badass cover of "I Will Survive".
Why Tenth Avenue in Manhattan Was Widely Known as ‘Death Avenue’ in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
The Smithsonian explains why Tenth Avenue in NYC was known as "Death Avenue" in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries due to street trains.
It’s History looks at the Domino Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn where 60% of all refined sugar in the US in the 20th Century was processed.
David Harbour and Lily Allen gave a tour of their beautiful townhouse in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, which they renovated from top to bottom.