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Honoring New York’s first civil rights march — a special virtual event with Green-Wood Cemetery

I’m very pleased to be able to join author Eric K. Washington in a special ‘virtual history’ discussion of the Silent Parade of 1917 — courtesy a special event sponsored by Green-Wood Cemetery. Join Eric and I on Wednesday, August 19 at 5pm for an illustrated discussion of this important moment in New York City […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Trivia Night with the Bowery Boys (March 17, 2020)

Join Greg Young of the Bowery Boys for a very special New York City trivia competition this St. Patrick’s Day! Get together a small team (no more than 4 players) and compete for fabulous prizes as you make your way through a series of New York City-themed trivia questions. This special night of trivia will […]

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A new Bowery Boys live event this Wednesday: Celebrating ‘Gay New York Before Stonewall’

We’re proud to announce a new live event at the New-York Historical Society, just in time for June celebrations of World Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. We’re getting into the rainbow spirit with Gay New York Before Stonewall, featuring a chat with Gay New York author George Chauncey! What was the gay scene like before the 1950s? You’ll […]

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The Bowery Boys are hosting an awards show — the 5th Annual GANYC Apple Awards (March 4)

The GANYC Apple Awards, given out by the Guides Association of New York City, celebrate the best in New York City culture, tourism and preservation. The Bowery Boys podcast has been deeply honored with two GANYC Apple Awards in the past — for Outstanding Achievement in Radio Program or Podcast (Audio/Spoken Word) and for Outstanding Achievement in Non-Fiction NYC Book […]