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
#308 Andrew Carnegie and New York's Public Libraries 2020-01-23
#307 The Holland Tunnel: The Wonder of the Jazz Age 2020-01-10
#306 Just Desserts: The Origins of New York Cheesecake, Cannoli and More 2019-12-26
#305 Christmas in New York: The Lights of Dyker Heights 2019-12-12
#304 The Miracle on Eldridge Street 2019-11-28
#303 Building Stuyvesant Town: A Mid-Century Controversy 2019-11-15
#302 Gangs of New York (Bowery Boys Movie Club) 2019-11-01
#301 Haunted Houses of Old New York 2019-10-17
#300 The Forgotten Father of New York City 2019-10-04
#299 The Promenade and Preservation of Brooklyn Heights 2019-09-19
#298 The Story of Brooklyn Heights 2019-09-05
#297 Dr. Hosack's Enchanted Garden: Botany, Medicine, and Discovery in Old New York 2019-08-23
Introducing Mob Queens 2019-08-19
#296 Talking Trash: The NYC Department of Sanitation 2019-08-09
#295 Saving the City: Women of the Progressive Era 2019-07-25
#294 That Daredevil Steve Brodie, 'King of the Bowery' 2019-07-11
Secret Places of Upper Manhattan 2019-06-28
Sip-In At Julius': Gay New York In The 1960s 2019-06-13
The Tombs: Five Points' Notorious House of Detention 2019-05-31
#290 Bagels: A New York Story 2019-05-16

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