The History of St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Amidst the modern towering skyscrapers in Midtown Manhattan lies the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest Neo-Gothic-designed Catholic cathedral in North America. The striking architecture serves as the seat of New York’s Archbishop and as a parish church, occupying an entire city block, bounded by 50th and 51st street, and Fifth and Madison … Read more

The History of the Seagram Building


Home to over 6,000 high-rise buildings, these corporate structures are part of New York’s fabulous history. One of which is the landmarked Seagram Building that towers on 375 Avenue between 52nd and 53rd streets. Opened in 1958, the 38-story skyscraper is often regarded as one of the prime icons of functionalist aesthetics, … Read more

The Interesting History Of Staten Island

The Verrazzano Narrows Bridge connecting Staten Island and Brooklyn

New York City is famed the world over for many things. From the towering architectural marvels on the island of Manhattan, to the Statue of Liberty standing proud and tall, almost each district of New York City has some fascinating history behind it. And of course, who could ever talk about New … Read more

The Interesting History of Brooklyn

The Interesting History of Brooklyn

Brooklyn residents are usually proud of their locality; the older ones reminisce about old school Brooklyn, while the younger generation might even prefer it to living in the upscale area of Manhattan. Today, one can walk down a street in this borough and hear all kinds of languages within a couple of … Read more

The Fabulous History of New York City

New York City Skyline

The New York we see today didn’t look the same back then. The city has a fabulous history, and it took centuries to get here where it currently stands. It’s also part of the amazing state of New York as well.  From its discovery to this millennium era, we will take you … Read more

Famous Historic Events of New York

Famous Historic Events of New York

The bustling New York you see today was once a part of New Netherlands. It was a Dutch colony that was discovered by the explorer Henry Hudson in 1609. The Dutch ship sailed by the Hudson River and many people called it a home. It later took the name it has today, … Read more