JR Larson joins Collective Craft to curate the Roger Smith hotel in New York City.
The final night of Hanukkah is celebrated in Brooklyn and the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lights up Manhattan.
The Holiday festivities pull in to Grand Central Terminal.
A somber memorial for the late Lou Reed offered his music and zero apologies.
Check out the brand new World Trade Center West Concourse and the art it has to offer.
CMJ was as nice on the eyes as it was on the ears.
Pick-Your-Own apples has never been so nice!
The 31st Annual Bed-Stuy Restoration 10k Race.
The 26th Annual Deepavali Festival shoots for a Guinness World Record.
The 4th Annual Sweet Sugar Festival in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
Fort Tryon’s 29th annual Medieval Festival brings a storm of swords to Manhattan.
Big Freedia bounces the Guinness Book of World Records on September 25, 2013.
The Cardboard Tube Fighting League takes to McCarren Park for some hardcore competition.
The 87th San Gennaro Feast is taking over Little Italy once again.
NFL fans celebrate opening day right with some good ol’ fashioned tailgating.
BTR brings you the New York Fashion Week on the street.
What’s better than world class tennis? World class food and entertainment to accompany it.
Where the people go (and don’t go) in New York City for summer.
Afropunk Festival provides for good music and a chill time in Brooklyn style.
The historic Saratoga Race Course celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Coney Island hosts the 23rd Annual Sand Sculpture Competition!
New Yorkers line-up for the interactive attraction as the 2013 Summer Street Festival draws to a close in the Big Apple.
Kickstarter hosts its 3rd Annual Film Festival in North Brooklyn, NY.
Protestors congregated and marched throughout midtown Manhattan protesting NSA surveillance.
Small time Brooklyn band hits the road to show you how to do your own tour.
Father John Misty stops by the Surf Lodge in Montauk for sunset by the beach.
Thursdays at Bryant Park has a lot more to offer than just foliage.
In Brooklyn Bridge Park a fence transcends its nature to divide and shows us how a community comes together.
France’s Bastille Day is celebrated in Manhattan.
Demonstrators gather across the country to express outrage at Saturday’s verdict in Florida.
Two new outdoor exhibits at MoMA fuse form and function.
New Yorkers showed their true colors by coming out in form to celebrate the 2013 Pride March!
The Coney Island Mermaid Parade shows up in fine form after being saved by a Kickstarter.
The fifth annual Colorado-based community skateboard arts showcase comes to NYC.
MiniBoone, Cult Fever, Shark?, Clouder, Lisa/Liza, and more grace us with their presence over the weekend.
Music and art fill 5th Avenue in Manhattan for the ninth annual Museum Mile Festival.
Ever think about taking a vacation to Tulsa, Oklahoma? No. Well, neither had we but this might change all of our minds.
Colorful pianos have been scattered across New York City in the hopes of bringing music to a city in the full swing of summer.
Our nearest star has aligned itself with the Manhattan streets once again to give New Yorkers a spectacular sunset.
CitiBike has finally arrived to New York City.
The Brooklyn festival for foodies and music lovers fights off bad weather in Prospect Park.
The grand finale for New Museum’s StreetFest shows NYC is a city just chuck full of ideas.
The oldest trophy in professional sports pays a visit to New York City.
New Yorkers show solidarity with their rival city in the wake of the Boston Marathon attacks.
The Brooklyn-based artisanal flea market is back.
The accessible and economical arts showcase returns to Manhattan.
Automakers unveil their latest concept cars and alternative fuel hybrids at the 113th New York Auto Show.
A new art exhibition from Nick Cave! (But not THAT Nick Cave.)
An elephant parade from Ringling Bros. Circus draws a crowd of animal rights protesters in NYC.
New Yorkers show their Irish pride in Manhattan over the weekend.
To celebrate Armory Week in NYC, BTR visited the second annual event held in an old elementary school in Nolita.
The infamous New York graffiti artist makes his gallery debut.
Intimate images of the benevolent South African president from Pop International Galleries
Joseph Stashkevetch’s amazingly realistic sketches look less like hand drawings and more like black-and-white photos.
The Harlem landmark kicks off Black History Month with a sneak peak at upcoming performances.
With the lockout now ancient history, the Islanders-Rangers rivalry heats up again at MSG.
Seminal sports photographer Neil Leifer debuts his new collection at The Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho.
Our staff sharse home photos of our favorite furry friends!
Things got … awkward on the New York City subway this weekend.
Curator Ntin Mukul displays the work of 14 artists thinking on a global scale.