<p>New York City history is America's history. It's the hometown of the world, and most people know the city's familiar landmarks, buildings and streets. Why not look a little closer and have fun while doing it? </p>

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#43 Studio 54 2008-12-19
#42: The Triangle Factory Fire 2008-12-15
#41 New York Post 2008-12-13
#40 Union Square 2008-12-13
#39 New York Yankees 2008-12-07
#38 Tiffany & Co. 2008-12-06
#71 Saks Fifth Avenue 2008-12-05
#37 Henry Ward Beecher and Plymouth Church 2008-11-30
#36 Life In British New York 1776-1783 2008-11-29
#35 The British Invasion 1776 2008-11-29
#34 Katz Delicatessen 2008-11-29
#33 The World's Fair of 1964-65 2008-11-29
#32 Museum of Modern Art 2008-11-26
#31 Battery Park and Castle Clinton 2008-11-23
#30 Peter Cooper and Cooper Union 2008-11-23
#70 The Bowery Files 2008-11-21
#29 Brooklyn Bridge 2008-11-18
#28 One Times Square 2008-11-15
#69 The Plaza Hotel 2008-11-14
#27 Radio City Music Hall 2008-11-02
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