Black Raven Adventures
The crew’s ambition is to deliver the best live pirate show in Florida regardless of the audience age group. The performance is rehearsed but not scripted. The children are even taught how to sword fight.
111 Avenida Menendez, St Augustine, FL 32084
Manhattan’s Chinatown is home to the largest enclave of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, bordering the Lower East Side to its east and Little Italy to its north.
Columbus Park is in the heart of one of the oldest areas of Manhattan, situated near the infamous "Five Points" and "The Bend”.
67 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10013
Doug E's Fresh Chicken & Waffles
Catch a waft of the salty, spiced chicken being fried and the cinnamon-tinged waffles cooking. This cash-only place mainly caters to takeout diners. Don’t miss the steaming waffles with fish or shrimp neatly placed next to it.
2245 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY 10030
Ferrara Bakery & Café
Since 1892, the Ferrara family has been delighting Little Italy with its outstanding Italian and French desserts: cannoli, sfogliatella and gelati, pleasantly accompanied by a wonderful cup of espresso.
195 Grand St, New York, NY 10013
Originally a Dutch village, Harlem is named after the city of Haarlem in the Netherlands. The area is best known for the Harlem Renaissance, an outpouring of artistic work without precedent in the American black community.
Harlem, New York, NY
Harlem World Cultural Entertainment Center(Conway)
In 1978 Harlem legend Fat Jack Taylor opened Harlem World to showcase young and established talent. Newcomers like Bobby Brown and legends like Eartha Kitt are just a few names who performed at Harlem World, which has since been turned into a store.
121 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, 10026
Opened in 1888, Katz’s Deli has maintained the tradition of quality that made it a beloved deli among immigrants who crowded into the Lower East Side 100 years ago. Select from generous piles of pastrami, turkey and corned beef.
205 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
King Eddy's Saloon
The saloon was the central hub of bootlegging until Prohibition ended in 1933. Then the upstairs was converted back into the “dive” we know and love today. In times past, the bar has attracted people like John Fante and Charles Bukowski.
131 E 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Linda Vista Hospital
In 1991, the hospital ceased operations. After its closure, it became a popular filming location for horror-themed films and TV shows, as well as music videos. It has also become the subject of several paranormal investigations.
610-30 S St Louis St, Los Angeles, CA 90023
The Los Angeles River
Before the opening of the LA Aqueduct, this river was the primary source of fresh water for the city. More than 100 films and scenes from TV shows have been shot on the LA River, which stretches from the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach, CA.
Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA
Mark Twain House & Museum
Formerly the home of one of America’s greatest authors, Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain, and his family from 1874 to 1891, this 25-room home welcomes visitors daily with tours and rotating exhibits on Twain’s life and legacy.
351 Farmington Ave, Hartford, CT 06105
This basketball court in Harlem is named after Harlem teacher and playground director Holcombe L. Rucker, who started a basketball tournament in 1950 to help less fortunate kids stay off the streets and aim for college.
155th St and Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10039
A unique combination of Middle Eastern flavors, Sahadi Importing continues to be one of New York’s gourmet food meccas. For those seeking a takeout gourmet meal, over 30 dishes are prepared daily in-house.
187 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Sky Combat Ace
At SCA, you’re not just a passenger on a joy ride, you’re a steely-eyed fighter pilot at the controls of your very own “fighter jet,” pulling Gs and squeezing the trigger.
Jet Stream Drive, Henderson, NV 89052
Known as Spanish Harlem and El Barrio, East Harlem is one of the largest predominantly Latino communities in NYC. The area is notable for its contributions to salsa music, graffiti art and break dancing.
East Harlem, New York, NY