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A look back at the best of our 2017 photoblogs
There's still time to grab great holiday gifts this week at the Union Square Holiday Market
The Manhattan neighborhood is a blast of holiday cheer every winter.
The NYBG Holiday Train Show is a must-see NY experience
Tired of factory-produced, soul-less gift options? Make it a holiday to remember with handmade artisanal products from craft…
Preview the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade with a visit to the Inflation Celebration
Comic Arts Brooklyn is an annual festival put on by the fine folks from Desert Island, the Williamsburg destination for comic…
Spectators urged marathoners to finish with creative and clever signs.
Since Brooklyn performance space Glasslands closed in 2014, music and art fans across the city have anxiously awaited the next…
The 44th annual Village Halloween Parade took to the streets of NYC on Tuesday, October 31st, celebrating the wild, the wacky, and…
Each year, the New York City's canines don their best and most creative costumes for a fun-filled Halloween celebration at…
Ai Weiwei's latest exhibition will be on view at more than 300 sites across New York City until February, 2018.
BTRtoday visited the 2017 New York Comic Con at the Javits Center in Midtown
On Saturday, August 26, eight award-winning crews from across the United States and Canada competed in New York City’s largest…
Bob Marley. Michael Jackson. Jason Mraz. We heard it all this weekend during our search for the most fun, funky and soulful New…
Yesterday's festival was a celebration of the poet's story as well as the broader Asian culture with musical performances,…
As a way to celebrate the end of last week's hot, humid and wet weather, BTRtoday indulged in the food of Smorgasburg in…
Builders at the Rockaway's sandcastle competition put their creativity to the test.
The Nude Party put on an epic music festival called 'Send It Week' before moving to NYC. These are the pictures from it--complete…
BTR celebrated America’s independence at Jones Beach yesterday, followed by a firework show at MetLife Stadium. Click the video…
Tens of thousands lined the streets of Manhattan on Sunday for the 48th NYC LGBT Pride March. The first march was held in 1970 and…
BTR visited Coney Island for the 35th annual Mermaid Parade Saturday. Unlike most parades, this one has no ethnic, religious or…
For Father's Day, we present stories of four fathers along with pictures and memories of the children they left behind.
Laura Goldfarb reports live from Bonnaroo.
This week BTR visits barbershops in the Lower East Side of New York City. Barbershops, which were once places of social…
This week BTR visited Bryant Park for the Scooper Bowl World Tour: New York, where attendees and volunteers enjoyed sunny,…
This week New York saw its 29th Annual Fleet Week, a celebration that brings together over 3,700 sailors, Marines and Coast…
This week, BTR features citizens of the Oneida Indian Nation in New York and the Ramapough Lenape Nation in New Jersey. Oneida…
BTR attends the Holi Hai festival, a festival of color that celebrates diversity and the arrival of spring.
The Boba Room is a temporary pop-up theme park in NYC for bubble tea lovers!
This week’s photoblog is the first in a series of work in which I try to re-claim my inspiration for a city that needs less to…
A photo series of real NYC life.
This weekend we entered into the world of flower crowns and rosé known as Coachella. This year's festival was filled with…
This past Friday, April 7, The Cultural Trust put on a show in downtown Pittsburgh, at Space Gallery, that was entitled…
This spring break I did a road trip down the coast of California with my Mamiya RZ67, a medium format film camera that was given…
BTRtoday investigates the history of Chinese-American cuisine at the Museum of Food and Drink!
Happy Saint Patrick's Day: The Mighty Irish of New York City join the celebration of cultural heritage in the Big Apple!
New York Cat Cafe brings Pussy Hat Project for a women's day sit in for knitting with kittens.
International Women's Day is celebrated every year on March 8th to commemorate women's rights movements. This year, the non-profit…
If you're looking for an amazing Spring Break getaway that has nothing to do with beaches, loud music and drunk people, then you…
In lieu of the current election, on President's Day the people of New York organized a rally to voice their concerns of the…
Find the best gifts for your alternative babes, grab a beer and get a metal massage, all at Saint Vitus.
With the upcoming gag rule, Brooklynites take over by raising money for Planned Parenthood... by doing a flash tattoo event.
Let's remind Trump that refugees are welcome here: no hate, no fear!
People had a lot of fun making clever signs, so BTR rounded up some favorites from NYC, DC and Cali!
With the changes we experienced over this weekend – let’s run away to a warm and care free place. Welcome to sunny Barcelona.
Now that Trump befriended Putin, it’s time to learn a little bit about Russia.
Check out an Ethiopian café that carries on the coffee traditions of their motherland.
Since 1933, the Grand Central Holiday Fair has been a shopping destination during the holiday season.