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History

Architectural Boundaries: Artist and Architect Maya Lin discusses her design for the MUSEUM OF CHINESE IN THE AMERICAS.

Book Row: A look back at Fourth Avenue's legendary bookstores.

Fighting for Equality: The story of Harlem's fighting 369th Infantry Regiment.

Firehouse Cuts: A community fights to save its engine company.

Life on the Lower East Side: A profile of photographer Rebecca Lepkoff.

Good Night Alice: A look at the forty-year history of Alice Tully Hall.

Greenmarket at 30: A half-hour look at the market that changed a neighborhood and the food that changed the city.

Not Just a Southern Phenomenon: The New-York Historical Society tells the story of slavery in the city.

Road Not Taken: A failed effort to remake Manhattan's Far West Side.

Sanborn Story: A mapping company documents the evolution of nearly every sidewalk and building in New York over the last 140 years.

Saving the Sidewalks: A tribute to the late author and critic Jane Jacobs.

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