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All That’s Interesting’s collection of fascinating articles, travel tips, and brilliant photographs of New York City!
44 Colorized Photos That Bring The Streets Of Century-Old New York City To Life
From the shanty town in Central Park to the crime-plagued slums of Lower Manhattan, these vivid images allow you to inhabit the streets of New York as they were a century ago.
27 Statue Of Liberty Facts That Bust The Myths And Reveal The True History
From its original color to its true name, these Statue of Liberty facts will leave even the history buffs surprised.
Man Hidden In Restaurant Freezer Disrupts NYC Brunch With Knife Attack
No one knows how he got into the freezer unnoticed, how long he'd been in there, or why he was even in there in the first place.
Inside Rat Island, The Only Privately-Owned Island In New York City
Rat Island may not have rats, but it does have a one-of-a-kind story.
The Great Blizzard Of 1888 Was So Devastating That We’re Still Feeling Its Effects Today
How the Blizzard of 1888 wreaked havoc, killed hundreds, and forced American cities into the modern age.
Tom Otterness Designed New York’s Favorite Subway Sculptures – But He Also Killed A Dog For “Art”
Tom Otterness sculpted some of New York's most famous subway art, but little do commuters know he has a sordid history.
How John Gotti Jr. Lived The Mob Life — And Then Walked Away
Mobster John Gotti Jr. was born into underworld royalty and followed in his infamous father's footsteps for years, before finally walking away.
Angelo Ruggiero: The Psycho Gangster Whose Wiretapped Rants Helped Bring The Mob Down
Angelo Ruggiero rose to the top of the New York underworld with John Gotti — until he and his big mouth helped bring the mob to its knees.
NYC Buried Thousands Of Black People Here And Forgot About It – Until It Was Rediscovered
In 1991, excavators discovered a burial ground in lower Manhattan. Today, it's the African Burial Ground National Monument.
The Real Story Of John Wojtowicz And The Bank Robbery That Inspired ‘Dog Day Afternoon’
When John Wojtowicz robbed a Brooklyn bank to pay for his lover's gender-reassignment surgery, he inspired the classic film "Dog Day Afternoon" — which only begins to tell the whole story.
Karen Friedman Hill: The Wife Of The Infamous ‘Goodfellas’ Gangster
Karen Friedman Hill's transition from innocent teenager to hard-living wife of gangster Henry Hill is more dramatic than Goodfellas could ever depict.