The Bowery Boys blog — upgrade underway!

As you can tell, the Bowery Boys: New York City History blog is going through some big changes.  We’ve moved to a new platform and new URL (boweryboyshistory.com).  However it will take us a few days to readjust everything and get it all up and running.  All the content will be available, but it may be pretty chaotic looking for a bit.  Thank  you for your patience!

 

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  • Jeff Szabo

    Hello! I am new to the podcast and am your biggest fan! You guys do such a great job and have given me so many new places to explore. Keep it it! It matters.

    Thank you

  • Steve Shifrinson

    love your website and the podcasts. I am a New Yorker by birth but have been misplaced in New Jersey for 36 years. As retirement looms, I hope to correct that. I have always loved the history of New York and you do a superb job at bringing that history to life. I especially like when you cite historic areas, such as the Five Points and juxtapose it to its current location. Keep up the good job and thank you for keeping New York as vibrant as it is.

  • Lionel Williams

    I was born in 1930 in Manhattan and grew up in the city. Back then it was a very different world. Your great website literally transports Mt back in time. Who said time trave is impossible?

  • Gines Pasamonte

    Your podcast and blog are consistently informative, entertaining and just plain wonderful. Love the new website.

  • Max k

    New design and functionality of the site is looking great. It seems to have been a long time coming. Good work guys!

  • DrBOP

    ‘Ya know……sometimes blog upgrades are nothin’ but slick…….nice to see one that got both slick AND substance down pat……keep on chooglin’!

  • RebceccaNYC

    You guys are fabulous and I’m so glad I discovered you! I have learned so much about our amazing city from your informative and entertaining podcasts and your website. Thank you for helping me to appreciate NYC and its rich history even more than I already did. Keep up the wonderful work. I’ll be listening!