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
#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
#391 A Walk through Little Caribbean 2022-06-28
#390 The Story of Flatbush: Brooklyn Old and New 2022-06-17
Now Playing: Cautionary Tales 2022-06-10
#389 The Ruins of Roosevelt Island 2022-06-03
#388 The Hudson River School: An American Art Revolution 2022-05-20
#387 Hyde Park: The Roosevelts on the Hudson 2022-05-06
#386 On the Trail of the Old Croton Aqueduct 2022-04-22
Now Playing: History Daily Podcast 2022-04-15
#385 Frederick Law Olmsted and the Plan for Central Park 2022-04-08
#384 Nuyorican: The Great Puerto Rican Migration 2022-03-25
#383 The Temple on Fifth Avenue 2022-03-11
#382 Architect of the Gilded Age 2022-02-25
Introducing: Love Thy Neighbor 2022-02-21
#381 The Wonderful Home of Louis Armstrong 2022-02-11
#380 Dorothy Parker's Last Party 2022-01-28
#379 How Chelsea Became a Neighborhood 2022-01-14

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