By ANIKA REED
The District's Postal Museum is looking at the Big Apple through the lens of an extensive stamp collection in its new exhibition, "New York City: A Portrait Through Stamp Art."
The exhibit explores New York City's cultural heritage through a display of original artwork that has been put on postage stamps throughout the years. The thirty pieces of artwork are divided into six categories: baseball, Broadway, city life, politics and government, icons and music.
The exhibition serves as a way to raise awareness about the Postmaster General's Art Collection, and this display runs through March 2017.
You can find the Postal Museum at 2 Massachusetts Ave., NE in Washington, D.C.