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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#125 Sardi's Restaurant 2011-06-10
#124 Idlewild/JFK Airport 2011-05-13
#123 TRUMP 2011-04-29
#122: The Grid - Commissioners Plan of 1811 2011-04-15
#121 Fraunces Tavern 2011-03-18
#120 NYC and the Birth of the Movies 2011-02-17
#119 The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge 2011-01-21
#118 Times Square 2010-12-17
#117 Mark Twain's New York 2010-12-03
#116 American Museum of Natural History 2010-11-24
#115 African Burial Ground 2010-11-05
#114 Supernatural Stories of New York 2010-10-22
#113 Niblo's Garden 2010-10-08
#112 Archibald Gracie and His Mansion 2010-09-17
Subway Graffiti 1970-1989 2010-09-03
#110 New York City Subway, Part 2: By the Numbers (and Letters) 2010-08-20
#109 New York City Subway, Part 1: Birth of the IRT 2010-08-06
#108 Cable Cars, Trolleys and Monorails 2010-07-23
#107 New York's Elevated Railroads 2010-07-08
#106 Staten Island Ferry 2010-06-25
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