Latest Scoops in Architecture

Shot and edited by Melissa Friedling

Right in the heart of the Theater District is a church unlike any other...

Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

There's a castle on Park Avenue that hides a history many New Yorkers don't even know. The richest men of the Gilded Age used this building...

Shot by Zao Wang. Edited by Xiao Li Tan and Zao Wang.

In New York, you can visit plenty of art museums dedicated to the works of artists long gone. But only the New Museum throws a world-class spotlight on living artists...

Shot and edited by Jack Gordon

While the crowds head to the Met, you should detour to The Frick Collection, one of New York's most dazzling and intimate museums...

Shot and edited by Ramon Campos

Tucked in a back corridor off Grand Central's main hall, The Campbell Apartment is one of the station's most alluring secrets...

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David Gallagher, Flickr
Inside The Castro

San Francisco has more independent cinemas than most cities its size. How these single-screen treasures survive at all is a miracle — especially in an age of multiplex cinemas, on-demand home movies, YouTube, you name it...

Shot and edited by Ramon Campos

New York's oldest museum is new again. Following a three-year, $70-million renovation, the New-York Historical Society has been reborn with interactive touch screens and state-of-the-art video projections...

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Zoe Jessica, Flickr

Everyone’s heard of Margaritaville. But have you heard of Stiltsville?  

Unlike Jimmy Buffett’s fantasy, Stiltsville is a real place! It’s a collection of eclectic houses with a pretty colorful history (mixed with a little urban legend to be sure)...

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One thing you don't think when you're out and about in Miami: Huh, this city reminds me of Europe. Latin America, the Caribbean, yes — with our palm trees and sub-tropical vibe. However, along the shores of Coconut Grove, there is a place that...

Directed and shot by: Thiago Da Costa. Edited by: Thiago Da Costa, Justin Schultz

The world's greenest museum is right here in San Francisco — and what's even better is that it's like four different destinations in one...