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
#242 New York and the Dawn of Photography 2017-11-10
#241 Edgar Allan Poe in New York 2017-10-26
#240 The Ghosts of Greenwich Village 2017-10-20
#239 Murder at the Manhattan Well 2017-10-13
#238 Astoria and Long Island City 2017-09-29
#237 Columbus Circle: A Century of Controversy 2017-09-15
#236 Times Square in the '70s 2017-09-08
The Crash of 1929: New York In Crisis 2017-09-01
Queen of the Speakeasies: A Tale of Prohibition New York 2017-08-18
#233 The Roaring '20s: King of the Jazz Age 2017-08-04
#232 The Story of SoHo 2017-07-20
The Bowery Boys Present: The First Broadway Musical 2017-07-06
#231 The Stonewall Riots Revisited 2017-06-22
#230 Before Harlem: New York's Forgotten Black Communities 2017-06-08
#229 Live in Brooklyn! The Bowery Boys: Ten Years of Podcasting 2017-05-25
#228 The Pirate of Pearl Street: The New York Adventures of Captain Kidd 2017-05-12
#227 The Hindenburg Over New York 2017-04-27
#226 The Beauty Bosses of Fifth Avenue 2017-04-13
#225 P. T. Barnum and the Greatest Show on Earth 2017-03-31
#224 The Arrival of the Irish: An Immigrant Story 2017-03-16

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