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Dali sent a painting to the inmates of Riker's Island. Of course it was stolen. But the thief may surprise...

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Dali in Prison
December 5, 2009

Had a plot to kidnap President Lincoln been a success, the President may have never been shot at the...

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Plot to Kidnap President Lincoln
December 5, 2009

I think Tompkins Square Park reflects a little bit of everything. This time it included a war rally,...

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Escape to TSK
By Tim
December 5, 2009

I'm a big fan of Chez Josephine because it's faithful to the things that once made these types of places...

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Chez Josephine, Si Vous Plait
December 5, 2009

Start at Shun Lee West where a select few have the opportunity to spot numerous celebrities. Next, walk...

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Never A Dull Moment on the Upper West Side
February 22, 2010

The West Village is filled with erroneous plaques. Join us as we try to uncover some of them and also...

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Erroneous Plaques and Fun Facts
February 24, 2010

Mozley Park is a city park and recreation area in the Mozley Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA. It includes...

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Mozley Park Recreation Area
March 2, 2010

The Funk Heritage Center was built with the purpose to educate people about the story of the South Eastern...

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Funk Heritage Center
March 2, 2010

The Battle of Peachtree Creek was first official battle that General Hood fought while in command of...

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The Battle of Peachtree Creek
March 20, 2010

Marietta Square, in 1915, brought antisemitism into the minds of Americans. The collapse of the judicial...

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Marietta Square, Leo Frank's Lynching
March 20, 2010

Auburn University met the University of Georgia in what would be the 2nd game of American football played....

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The Oldest Rivalry
March 21, 2010

One of the most famous events prior to the American Revolution. The tea party was arranged by the Sons...

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The Boston Tea Party
March 22, 2010

In 1919, over 1,000 officers left their duties and Boston erupted into riots. The goal of the strike...

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The Boston Police Strike
March 22, 2010

Join the Travelgoat team as we visit the great cultural mosaic that is the Lower East Side. Once the...

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Lucky Luciano and Pastrami: The Lower East Side
April 8, 2010