The deadly history of Doyers Street: new on AOL Video

As part of their ‘What Remains’ series, the AOL On video channel is focusing its attention on Doyers Street in Chinatown, and I make a guest appearance here talking about this mysterious street and its gangster past.  This is a brief but very dramatic history of the street known one hundred years ago as ‘the Bloody Angle’. […]

The deadly history of Doyers Street: new on AOL Video

As part of their ‘What Remains’ series, the AOL On video channel is focusing its attention on Doyers Street in Chinatown, and I make a guest appearance here talking about this mysterious street and its gangster past.  This is a brief but very dramatic history of the street known one hundred years ago as ‘the Bloody Angle’. […]

Bites of the Big Apple: Interview with the Bowery Boys

We sat down in Washington Square Park with the New York web series Bites of the Big Apple, hosted by Kirsten Alana and produced by Michaela Potter, to talk about the Bowery Boys: New York City History podcast and website. Visit their website for other videos in this series. As the video includes screenshots of […]

The Bowery Boys podcast turn 5 years old today!

And so our little history podcast experiences a little bit of a historical milestone itself. Five years ago today, Tom Meyers and I sat down to record our very first podcast, over a bottle of wine and some brand new recording equipment. That first episode went by the unfortunate and unoriginal name ‘New York ‘Cast’, […]