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
#404 Nighthawks and Automats: Edward Hopper's New York 2023-02-03
#403 The Fulton Fish Market: History at the Seaport 2023-01-20
Rewind: A Bar Named Julius', New York's Newest Landmark 2023-01-13
#402 Treasures from the World's Fair 2023-01-06
Side Streets: Good Diners, Great Pizza and Mars 2112 2022-12-30
#401 The World Before Wordle: Talking Puzzles With AJ Jacobs 2022-12-21
The Mysteries of Absinthe: Dancing With The Green Fairy 2022-12-16
#400 Jacob Riis: 'The Other Half' of the Gilded Age 2022-12-09
#399 The Changing Lower East Side: A View From Seward Park 2022-11-24
#398 Marilyn Monroe in New York 2022-11-11
Rewind: Birth of the Five Boroughs 2022-10-28
#397 Ghost Stories of the Hudson River 2022-10-14
Rewind: An Evening at Sardi's 2022-09-30
#396 Samuel Tilden and the Presidential Election of 1876 2022-09-16
#395 Jefferson Market and the Women's House of Detention 2022-09-02
#394 New York Calling: A History of the Telephone 2022-08-19
#393 Ric Burns and James Sanders on "New York: A Documentary Film" 2022-08-05
Rewind: The Story of the Yellow Taxi Cab 2022-07-29
Invisible Magicians: Domestic Servants in Gilded Age New York 2022-07-22
#392 The Bowery Boys Podcast 15th Anniversary Special 2022-07-08

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