Jonathan L takes us from FDR's home to Eleanor Roosevelt's house at Val-Kill, in Hyde Park NY
Jonathan L takes us to Springwood, FDR's home and presidential library, in Hyde Park NY.
PHeymont tags along with a committed crew of knitters at one of the nation's largest festivals devoted to wool and woolcrafts.
PHeymont visits a small museum with a focus broader than its name.
Jonathan L shows us some of the street scenes from Hell's Kitchen in NYC
The Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston, NY is a time capsule of the river and its changing uses.
At New York's Sheep and Wool Festival, PHeymont got a chance to see and snap a parade of alpacas.
The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome houses one of the country's largest collections of still-flying relics of aviation's earliest years.
An unusual close look at one of the world's best-known natural attractions.
A stunning sunset in the lower Hudson Valley, captured by Jonathan L
Jonathan L reminds us that you have to be ready for unexpected photo opportunities
Jonathan L takes gives us a peek at one of the grand old train terminals
An early spring walk in Central Park takes Jonathan L through some of the most picturesque parts of the Park.
Jonathan L takes us to the Met Breuer for a tour through the history of sculpture.
Under plans from NY's governor, the field will get new and expanded facilities and a new name, but it's still 70 miles away.