Bowery Boys Archive: The Early Years
#37 Henry Ward Beecher and Plymouth Church We've never done such a saucy show -- full of sex, lies, and petticoats. Meet Henry Ward Beecher, Brooklyn Heights' most notorious resident, and find out about the fascinating and provocative history of the church that turned him into a national celebrity. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 37_Henry_Ward_Beecher_and_Plymouth_Church.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:23pm EST

#36 Life In British New York 1776-1783 What was life like in New York during the British occupation during the Revolutionary War? Overcrowding, prison ships, food shortages, spies ... and theater? www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 36_Life_In_British_New_York_1776-83.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:45pm EST

#35 The British Invasion 1776 It's 1776 and revolution is in the air! Join the Bowery Boys as we tackle the British invasion and takeover of New York. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 35_The_British_Invasion_1776.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:09pm EST

#34 Katz Delicatessen The Bowery Boys stop for a nosh at three Jewish culinary stalwarts of the Lower East Side -- Katz Delicatessen (a movie-friendly dining experience), Russ and Daughters (a tale of herring and girl power) and the Yonah Schimmel Knishery (and its surprising connection to Coney Island). www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 34_Katz_Delicatessen.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:06pm EST

#33 The World's Fair of 1964-65 It's 1964, and we're heading out to Flushing Meadows, Queens, where Robert Moses has constructed the World's Fair of his dreams -- for a second time. Join us for this tale of yesterday's World of Tomorrow... www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 33_Worlds_Fair_of_1964-65.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:04pm EST

#32 Museum of Modern Art The biggest surprise behind the revolutionary creation of the Museum of Modern Art is that the characters who put it together were almost as colorful as the art they championed. Tag along as we peek behind the canvas of New York's oldest temple of the avant garde. PLUS: We debut our first Bowery Girl! www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 32_Museum_of_Modern_Art.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:09pm EST

#31 Battery Park and Castle Clinton Castle Clinton, built to defend New York City from a war that never arrived, has worn a lot of hats in its almost 200 year history; it's been a performance hall, an immigration center and an aquarium! And you can find it in Battery Park, today host to a variety of monuments and made from the materials of ole Fort Amsterdam. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 31_Battery_Park_and_Castle_Clinton.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:56pm EST

#30 Peter Cooper and Cooper Union Cooper Union is one of New York City's more storied institutions, not only fostering the best and brightest of art and architecture, but playing host to presidents and activists. Also, find out a little about its amazingly resourceful founder, Peter Cooper. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 30_Peter_Cooper_and_Cooper_Union.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:54pm EST

#29 Brooklyn Bridge The Bowery Boys explore the story and the family behind the Brooklyn Bridge, one of New York's most treasured landmarks -- caissons, anchorages and all. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 29_Brooklyn_Bridge.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:33pm EST

Times Square's New Years Eve celebration would not be the same without One Times Square and its annual ball drop. But the quirky history of this sometimes abused building reaches all the way back to the naming of Times Square and its original tenent -- the New York Times. www.boweryboyspodcast.com
Direct download: 28_One_Times_Square.m4a
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:09pm EST