Created by Maggie Langlinais
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, in Manhattan's East Village neighborhood, is a historically and culturally rich piece of New York City history. The building is Manhattan's second oldest church, after St. Paul's Chapel, and the site itself dates back even further; originally a family chapel on the farm of Governor-General Peter Stuyvesant, the location is the city's oldest site of Christian worship. This exhibit is a look at the origins of St. ...
Neighborhood residents look on as bulldozers destroy Chico Mendez Mural Garden. Bulldozers razed the garden in anticipation of condominiums slated to be built on the lots.
A collection of photographs of New York City.