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.


Title Date published
#211 The Notorious Madame Restell: The Abortionist of Fifth Avenue 2016-08-18
#210 Digital City: New York and the World of Video Games 2016-08-04
#209 The Waldorf-Astoria's Complicated History 2016-07-21
#208 Great Hoaxes of Old New York 2016-07-07
#207 The First Subway: Beach's Pneumatic Marvel 2016-06-24
#206 The Lenape: The Real Native New Yorkers 2016-06-10
#205 The Disappearance of Dorothy Arnold 2016-05-26
#204 The Cotton Club: The Aristocrat of Harlem 2016-05-13
#203 Nikola Tesla in New York 2016-04-28
#202 The Lower East Side: A Culinary History 2016-04-15
#201 GOWANUS! Brooklyn's Troubled Waters 2016-04-01
#200 Jane Jacobs: Saving the Village 2016-03-18
#199.5: Bowery Boys - Behind the Scenes 2016-03-08
#199 Battle For The Skyline: How High Can It Go? 2016-02-19
#198 Greenpoint, Brooklyn: An Industrial-Strength History 2016-02-05
#197 Danger In The Harbor: The Black Tom Explosion of 1916 2016-01-22
#196 Ready to Wear: A History of the Garment District 2016-01-08
#195 Midnight in Times Square: New Year's Eve in New York City 2015-12-10
#194 Nellie Bly: Undercover in the Madhouse 2015-11-13
#193 St. Mark's Place: Party in the East Village! 2015-10-30

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