Monday, December 29, 2008

2008 - The Bowery Boys history in review

Below is a list of all the podcasts we did for the year 2008. This year has been a tremendous, overwhelming time for us, and Tom and I want to thank all of you for listening or just checking out this website. I can't promise we'll be able to produce quite this many shows for 2009, but we do plan on making the shows even better than before. We have many more 'epic' shows in the pipeline, and we're also going to do a few that are way off the beaten path.

In addition, we now offer another way of getting these shows. In addition to downloading from iTunes and other podcasting services, you can download them directly from our satellite links that are now included below. Just click on the name of the podcast you want to hear, and it will take you to another screen. From there, you can listen with Quicktime or just download to your computer!

Brooklyn Bridge
Original release date January 11

Peter Cooper and Cooper Union
Original release date January 18

Battery Park and Castle Clinton
Original release date January 25

Museum of Modern Art
Original release date February 1

The World's Fair of 1964-65
Original release date February 8

Katz Delicatessen
Original release date February 15

The British Invasion 1776
Original release date February 22

Life In British New York 1776-1783
Original release date February 29

Henry Ward Beecher and Plymouth Church
Originally release date March 7

Tiffany & Co.
Original release date March 14

New York Yankees
Original release date March 21

Union Square
Original release date March 28

New York Post
Original release date April 4

Triangle Factory Fire of 1911
Original release date April 11

Studio 54
Original release date April 18

Rikers Island
Original release date April 25

Grand Central Terminal
Original release date May 2

PT Barnum's American Museum
Original release date May 15

Grant's Tomb
Original release date May 22

Stonewall Riots
Original release date May 30

LaGuardia Airport
(will be uploaded to the new page within the next couple days)
Original release date June 6

Canal Street and Collect Pond
Original release date June 13

McSorley's Old Ale House
Original release date June 20

DeWitt Clinton and the Erie Canal
Original release date June 27

Meatpacking District
Original release date July 10

The Creation of Central Park
Original release date July 18

The Evolution of Central Park
Original release date July 25

Randall's Island and the 1936 Olympic Trials
Original release date July 31

Carnegie Hall
Original release date August 8

Delmonico's Restaurant
Original release date August 15

Five Points Part 1: Wicked Slum
Original release date August 22

Five Points Part 2: The Fate of Five Points
Original release date August 29

The Pan Am Building
Original release date September 12

Shea Stadium
Original release date September 19

New York Stock Exchange
Original release date September 26

Green-Wood Cemetery
Original release date October 2

Spooky Stories of New York
Original release date October 10

Who Killed Mary Rogers?
Original release date October 17

Guggenheim Museum
Original release date October 24

New York City Marathon
Original release date October 31

The Plaza Hotel
Original release date November 14

The Bowery Files
Original release date November 21

Saks Fifth Avenue
Original release date December 4

Rockefeller Center
Original release date December 19

1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed being reminded of the episodes you've done. Thank you so much for giving me a "taste" of the Big Apple even though I live in So Cal.

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