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The hidden histories of 10 enduring NYC buildings

The one immutable truth about New York City is that it is always changing, but amid all this flux, some buildings endure—even if their original occupants have long since vanished. Here are 10 of the most fascinating.

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Where to find 12 of NYC's festive holiday trees

Rockefeller Center's enormous Norway spruce is already lit, but it's far from the only evergreen game in town. Read on for a handy guide to the biggest and brightest holiday trees in the city.

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The most famous residents of New York City's cemeteries

New York's celebrity contingent doesn't just occupy swanky Upper East Side mansions and cool downtown lofts; if you head to the outer boroughs, you'll find a plethora of famous New Yorkers who have chosen the city as their home…for eternity.

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Mapping the NYC filming locations of 'Mr. Robot'

You may not encounter E Corp ads or fsociety graffiti tags in the real world, but there are still plenty of IRL locales New Yorkers can visit to get a glimpse into Mr. Robot's gorgeous, paranoid hackerscape. (Beware: Spoilers ahead.)

Captain America will get a statue in his honor in Prospect Park

Brooklyn's got plenty of real-life hometown heroes, sure. But what better "Local boy makes good" story is there than the one about Steve Rogers, a scrawny kid from Kings County who grew up to become Captain America?

A guide to NYC’s Coney Island this summer

Despite the looming threat of homogenization from encroaching developers, Coney Island remains as audaciously weird and colorful as ever. Here's what to do there this summer.

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Map: Where to Find 13 of New York City's Festive Holiday Trees

Retracing Alexander Hamilton's Historic Steps Through NYC