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
#341 The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2020-10-09
Rewind: The Mystery of the Central Park Obelisk 2020-10-02
#340 The Real Life Adventures of Tom Thumb 2020-09-25
Rewind: The Revolutionary Tavern of Samuel Fraunces 2020-09-18
#339 James H. Williams and the Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal 2020-09-11
Rewind: The American Museum of Natural History 2020-09-04
#338 A New Deal for the Arts: Murals, Music and Theatrical Mayhem 2020-08-28
#337 Robert Moses and the Art of the New Deal 2020-08-21
Rewind: TESLA -- The Inventor in Old New York 2020-08-14
#336 The War on Newspaper Row 2020-08-07
#335 Pulitzer vs Hearst: The Rise of Yellow Journalism 2020-07-31
Rewind: The Land of the Lenape 2020-07-24
#334 Midnight Cowboy (Bowery Boys Movie Club) 2020-07-17
Rewind: The Secret Origin of Comic Books 2020-07-10
#333 Tearing Down King George: The Monumental Summer of 1776 2020-07-03
#332 Welcome to Yorkville: German Life on the Upper East Side 2020-06-26
Rewind: Seneca Village and New York's Forgotten Black Communities 2020-06-19
#331 The East Side Elevateds: Life Under the Tracks 2020-06-12
#330 The Silent Parade of 1917: Black Unity in a Time of Crisis 2020-06-04
#329 The First Ambulance: The Humans (and Horses) That Saved New York 2020-05-29

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