The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City — from the huddled masses on Ellis Island to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.

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#426 Behind the Domino Sign: Brooklyn's Bittersweet Empire 2024-02-16
#425 It Happened at Madison Square Park 2024-02-02
Rewind: Truman Capote and the Black and White Ball 2024-01-19
#424 Kosciuszko! The Man. The Bridge. The Legend. 2024-01-05
#423 Leonard Bernstein's New York, New York 2023-12-21
#422 Grace Church: A Most Fashionable History 2023-12-08
Christmas in Old New York: Holiday History 2023-12-01
#421 Evacuation Day: Forgotten Holiday of the American Revolution 2023-11-22
#420 Garbo Walks: Old Hollywood in New York 2023-11-10
The Official Gilded Age Podcast: S2 E1 with Lord Julian Fellowes 2023-11-03
Rewind: The Gilded Age Mansions of Fifth Avenue 2023-10-27
#419 Ghost Stories by Gaslight 2023-10-13
#418 Theodore Roosevelt's Wild Kingdom 2023-09-29
#417 Walking the East Village 1976-1996 2023-09-15
#416 Creating the East Village 1955-1975 2023-09-01
Rewind: The Rebellious History of Tompkins Square Park 2023-08-25
#415 The Early Years of Central Park 2023-08-18
#414 The Brooklyn Navy Yard and Vinegar Hill 2023-08-04
#413 The New Storytellers: Landmarks, Diners and Everyday New Yorkers 2023-07-21
A Gilded Age Tour Up the Island of Manhattan 2023-07-14
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