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Before he became a household name due to his protest antics around the country, Yippie founder Abby Hoffman...

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The Death of Money
December 3, 2009

Don't underestimate one old woman's determination - especially if she's been camping out in the lobby...

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Remembering Jane Wood
December 3, 2009

Hello Herman. Good bye Herman. The life of a gangster never usually ends on a high note - that is, unless,...

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The Death of Herman
December 3, 2009

Women's Rights would change McSorley's forever, for the better (depending upon who you ask).

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The Rise and Fall of McSorly's
December 4, 2009

First piece of advice on assassinations: when you're going to assassinate someone, make sure you know...

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Failed Assassination on JP Morgan
December 4, 2009

The Temple of Dendur is one of the most impressive installations at the Met. But most people miss the...

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Egyptian Graffiti
December 4, 2009

The Manhattan Project created two of the most devastating weapons that the world has ever seen and ushered...

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The Real Manhattan Project
December 4, 2009

The Columbia Professor and esteemed game show champion lost it all when America found out that he cheated...

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Game Show is a Fix
December 4, 2009

No influential figure in New York City history receives less respect than Andrew Haswell Green. The so-called,...

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Andrew Haswell Green
December 4, 2009

When the Flatiron Building was first built, it effected the city in some...unexpected...ways.

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Flatiron You Perv
December 4, 2009

In the early 20th Century, celebrities weren't the likes of Paris Hilton. Instead, two of the most celebrated...

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Dueling Buildings
December 4, 2009

A gang of surfer dudes led by Jack "Murph the Surf" Murphy pulled off one of the most remarkable jewel...

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The Stolen Star of India
December 4, 2009

Famous architect Stanford White did not just design buildings in his famous studio building. He installed...

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Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
December 4, 2009

The most famous fictional six-year old girl in New York was named Eloise and she lived at the Plaza....

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Eloise at the Plaza
December 4, 2009