1. The City Concealed: Park Slope Armory


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    The Park Slope Armory was built in 1895, designed by William A. Mundell for the 14th regiment of the National Guard, also known as the Brooklyn Chasseur. The regiment was founded in 1847 and has…

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    • The City Concealed: Staten Island Greenbelt


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      Before we knew about the Greenbelt, we were looking for the Heyerdahl House, the ruins of an 1800s stone home in Bucks Hollow. Following directions found online, we made our way to a trailhead and…

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      • The City Concealed: Hinchliffe Stadium


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        Explore the remnants of Hinchliffe Stadium, former home of the New York Black Yankees.

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        • The City Concealed: Kehila Kedosha Janina


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          Kehila Kedosha Janina, tucked between a Chinese merchant and a glass shop in New York's Lower East Side, is the last remaining Romaniote synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.

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          • The City Concealed: The Original Swing Street


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            Now a quiet residential block, 133rd Street between 7th and Lenox was the center of Harlem jazz during Prohibition.

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            • The City Concealed: Freshkills Park Project


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              The Fresh Kills Landfill on Staten Island was New York City's primary landfill from 1948 to 2001. Thousands of tons of daily garbage composed the largest man-made structure on Earth. The former…

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              • The City Concealed: United Palace Theater


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                Explore the historic, Cambodian-influenced interior of the United Palace Theater on 175th St and Broadway in Manhattan.

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                • The City Concealed: Weeksville


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                  The Hunterfly Road Houses of Weeksville are the discovered remains of a free African-American community from the 1800s.

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