Adventures In Old New York

EXTRA! The Bowery Boys Podcast will now be heard twice a week

During this period of social isolation and the perpetual concerns of health and economic well-being that you might be feeling now, we here at the Bowery Boys: New York City History podcast want to make sure that we are doing our part in providing you with the distraction and camaraderie you might be looking for.

Quite honestly, there’s nothing more comforting than a good piece of history!

Because of this, starting this Tuesday, March 24, we’ll be bringing you the Bowery Boys podcast two times a week — every Tuesday and Friday.

These will be shorter shows, covering topics that were perhaps a bit too small-scale for a regular, full-length podcast. We might even take this chance to tell stories of the other places in the New York City area — New Jersey, Westchester, Long Island, we’re looking at you. The sky’s the limit!

In addition, for those who support us on Patreon, every other Sunday (or so), patrons will receive an additional bonus show of new material.

We’re only able to increase our production because of generous support via Patreon. So if you like what we do, please consider becoming a member at one of the tiers listed on our page.

Make us a regular part of your Tuesday and Friday routine — starting next week! We’ll see you then .. and have a great New York week.

You can listen to the Bowery Boys podcast wherever you get your podcasts — all the players!

5 replies on “EXTRA! The Bowery Boys Podcast will now be heard twice a week”

Couldn’t be happier to learn of the extra podcasts. This will definitely helps me get thorough this difficult time. Thank you.

So very happy to learn of the additional podcasts. This will really help me through this challenging time. Stay well.

You asked for suggestions for your new shorter show format. How about telling the stories behind some of the people/animals that are featured in NYC’s public statues? Most everyone is familiar with the story behind the Balto statue in Central Park, for example, but I bet there are dozens of other great back stories to the metal figures gazing down at us!

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