Here's the whole menu of our 2009 podcasts. As always, you can download them all for free from iTunes and or your favorite podcast aggregator. The original blog page for each is listed below, along with a link to download directly from our satellite site.
Blog page: Webster Hall, more than a dance hall
Blog page: Ziegfeld, the maker of dreams
Blog page: Williamsburg(h), Brooklyn -- upstart city, sugar king
Blog page: Woolworth Building and the birth of the New York skyscraper
Blog page: Freedomland U.S.A., Bronx forgotten icon
THE GREAT FIRE OF 1835
Blog page: The Great Fire of 1835, downtown disaster!
THE WHYOS, GANG OF NEW YORK
Blog page: The Whyos, Gang of New York
Blog page: Pennsylvania Station -- Manhattan's Missing Treasure
Blog page: The Puck Building "What Fools These Mortals Be"
Blog page: Roosevelt Island, New York's former 'city of asylums'
Blog page: Henry Hudson and the European Discovery of Mannahatta
Blog page: Prospect Park and the return of Olmsted and Vaux
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
Blog page: Shakespeare In The Park, the drama behind the drama
BOSS TWEED AND TAMMANY HALL
Blog page: William 'Boss' Tweed and the bitter days of Tammany Hall
KINGS OF NEW YORK PIZZA
Blog page: Kings of New York Pizza: Lombardi, Totonno, Patsy, Ray?
Blog page: Ellis Island, when the world came to New York City
Blog page: Chelsea Hotel, the muse of New York counterculture
Blog page: Movin' On Up: From Kings College to Columbia University
HAUNTED TALES OF NEW YORK
Blog page: Haunted Tales of New York: Urban Phantoms
STEINWAY: THE PIANO MAN
Blog page: Steinway and Sons: piano men and kings of Queens
CITY HALL AND CITY HALL PARK
Blog page: Epicenter: the glorious history of New York City Hall
CORLEARS HOOK AND THE PIRATES OF THE EAST RIVER
Blog page: Corlears Hook and the Pirate Gangs of the East River
TIN PAN ALLEY
Blog page: Tin Pan Alley and the birth of modern popular music
Blog page: Going medieval at the Cloisters and Fort Tryon Park
Doing this podcast is such a wonderful experience and Tom and I are totally thrilled to share our joy of New York City with you. Thank you for tolerating our continued geekiness and wonder of this awesome city. We'd like to wish you all a wonderful 2010 and we look forward to presenting more shows in the coming year. Thanks for listening!