Edgar Allan Poe’s Favorite Drinking Establishment in This or the Next Life
Edgar Allan Poe's Favorite New York Haunts
You Can't Keep A Good Ghost Down
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Who wrote A Visit From St. Nicholas?
David Chase writes: "I noticed that you credited Clement Clarke Moore with "A Visit From St. Nicholas." I wondered what you thought about the claim that it was actually written by Henry Livingston?"
Fiorello LaGuardia -- America's Mayor
Fiorello LaGuardia personified being the mayor of the greatest city in the world.
The Misuse of Historic Preservation
Learn how historic preservation in New York City has been misused.
The History They Never Taught You -- Ghoulish Inspiration: Charles Dickens in New York City by Caroline Jova
Charles Dickens visit to New York City in 1842 is remembered.
How To Prepare For Walking Trips
Learn how to enjoy walking better in all types of weather.
Abraham Cahan's Yiddish New York
Abraham Cahan’s Yiddish New York11 AM, July 5, 2006
Discover the Jewish or Yiddish Lower East Side where Abraham Cahan gave his first speech on labor and trade unions in America, his newspaper the Daily Forward was published, and see where he lived.
Learn about his contemporaries -- Emma Goldman, Edward G. Robinson, Molly Picon, Lee J. Cobb, and Meyer Lansky -- lived and labored.
Sponsored by the International Association of Yiddish Clubs.
Pre-pay fee: $12.00 before July 1.
Fee: $15.00 on July 1 or after
Mass Transit: Take any subway train to Washington Square, Astor Place, or Eighth Street, and walk east.
Eat before or afterwards like a pauper or a prince in the many fine restaurants in the East Village and the Lower East Side.
Meeting Place: Northwest corner of 2nd Ave. and 10th Street in front of the St. Marks-in-the-Bowery Church, East Village, NYC.
Abraham Cahan's Jewish New York
Dr. Phil the Ghost Hunter
Looking for a few good ghosts.
Our Jewish Walking Tours Brochure
Testimonial from the Jewish Board of Education of New York
Santa Claus, New Yorker
Santa Claus is a typical New Yorker, an immigrant who has made good, and now enjoys his senior years in retirement.
Notorious Terrorist Attacks in New York City
Ulysses S. Grant Sites in New York State: The Story Behind the Story
Who is buried at Grant's Tomb? Another Look at "Failure"
Brooklyn Heights During the American Revolution