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Walking Brooklyn: 30 tours exploring historical legacies, neighborhood culture, side streets and waterways

by Adrienne Onofri Wilderness Press (January 01, 2010)

Adrienne Onofri has created an exceptional guide to and through Brooklyn’s most interesting and notable neighborhoods, providing a mix of information about culture, history, architecture, places to eat, venues...


Queens: A Culinary Passport

by Andrea Lynn St. Martin's Griffin (September 29, 2014)

Everyone knows New York City is the culinary epicenter of the United States. And while Manhattan gets Michelin stars and Brooklyn gets blogger hype, real culinary fanatics know that authentic ethnic food experiences...


Bronx Noir

by S.J. Rozan Akashic Books (August 01, 2007)

S.J. Rozan, Lawrence Block, Kevin Baker, Jerome Charyn, and others brawl with New York City's most rugged borough.


Brooklyn Noir

by Tim McLoughlin, Lou Manfredo, Ken Bruen & Maggie Estep et al. Akashic Books (July 01, 2004)

Brand-new crime fiction stories from Pete Hamill, Nelson George, Sidney Offit, Tim McLoughlin and more of Brooklyn's finest!


Long Island Noir

by Kaylie Jones Akashic Books (April 30, 2012)

Stories covering Long Island’s extremes, from the comfortably rich, to the horribly poor, and all darkness between.


Brooklyn Noir 3: Nothing But the Truth

by Tim McLoughlin & Thomas Adcock Akashic Books (June 01, 2008)

Brooklyn Noir is back, this time with a true-crime vengeance.


The Buddhist Guide to New York

by Jeff Wilson & Mike Taylor St. Martin's Griffin (June 23, 2014)

Buddhism in New York is as exciting and diverse as the city itself, but can be just as overwhelming for those new to the practice. What's a good temple or practice center to try for your first visit? What should...


Wall Street Noir

by Peter Spiegelman Akashic Books (June 01, 2007)

John Burdett, Peter Blauner, Henry Blodget and others take noir to The Street.


Manhattan Noir

by Lawrence Block, Liz Martínez, Thomas H. Cook & Jim Fusilli et al. Akashic Books (April 01, 2006)

Mystery writing titan Lawrence Block takes a bite into Manhattan crime.


Manhattan Noir 2: The Classics

by Lawrence Block Akashic Books (September 01, 2008)

Following the commercial success of the original Manhattan Noir, mystery titan Lawrence Block digs even deeper into New York's noir legacy.


New Jersey Noir

by Joyce Carol Oates Akashic Books (November 01, 2011)

Jonathan Safran Foer and Robert Pinsky join Joyce Carol Oates and other illustrious writers to explore Jersey noir.


Queens Noir

by Robert Knightly Akashic Books (January 01, 2008)

On the heels of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx, the borough of Queens enters the chambers of noir.


Time Out New York

by Editors of Time Out Time Out (July 21, 2014)

The 22nd edition of Time Out New York offers an exhaustive overview of everything the city has to offer in terms of tourist attractions, eating and drinking, shopping, clubs and the sights — everything from...


Ghosthunting New York City

by L'Aura Hladik & John B. Kachuba Clerisy Press (September 29, 2010)

On this leg of the journey, readers will explore the scariest spots in the Big Apple. Author L'Aura Hladik visits more than 30 legendary haunted places, all of which are open to the public so visitors can test...


New York City: A Food Biography

by Andrew F. Smith Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (November 26, 2013)

New York City’s first food biography showcases the vibrancy, innovation, diversity, and taste of this most-celebrated American metropolis.


Brooklyn Noir 2: The Classics

by Tim McLoughlin Akashic Books (June 01, 2005)

Brooklyn Noir is back with a vengeance, this time with the masters of yore!


Queens

by Ellen Freudenheim St. Martin's Griffin (September 09, 2013)

Discover Queens, New York City's Best-Kept Secret!

Manhattan is touristy; Brooklyn is turning mainstream; and Queens is now the up-and-coming borough in New York. With food from every corner of the world, major...


Nueva York

by Seth Kugel & Carolina Gonzalez St. Martin's Griffin (October 21, 2013)

New York is a Latino cultural hotbed. With nearly well over 2 million people of Hispanic descent in New York City area, more and more of the city's food, shopping, nightlife, and cultural activity revolves around...


Bike NYC

by Ed Glazar, Marci Blackman & Michael Green Skyhorse (July 05, 2011)

With an average of 236,000 New Yorkers biking per day, Bike NYC is the definitive guide to bicycling culture in the city?s fastest growing mode of transportation from the authors of the popular BikeBlogNYC.com....


Time Out New York

by Editors of Time Out Time Out (March 07, 2013)

Alongside profiles of the Guggenheim, the Statue of Liberty and all the other major attractions, Time Out New York gives you the inside track on local culture, with illuminating features and hundreds of independent...


Ghosthunting New Jersey

by L'Aura Hladik Clerisy Press (March 12, 2010)

On this leg of the journey you’ll explore the scariest spots in the Garden State. Author L'Aura Hladik visits 34 legendary haunted places, all of which are open to the public—so you can test your own ghosthunting...


Secret New York

by Ann Carroll Burgess Ecw Press (February 28, 1999)

On other books in the Secret Series: "This jewel of a book [Secret Toronto] with amazing photos by Linda Rutenberg, aims to lead the inquisitive astray" -- NOW Magazine "Secret Toronto guides locals and visitors...


Moon New York State

by Julie Schwietert Collazo Moon Travel (November 23, 2020)

From museum-hopping in the Hudson Valley to hiking the hills upstate, discover the New York you don't know with Moon New York State. Inside you'll find:

  • Strategic itineraries ranging from a two-week road trip...


Pittsburgh’s Greatest Teams

by David Finoli The History Press (October 30, 2017)

Pittsburgh is synonymous with winning. From the Penguins and Steelers to the Pirates and Panthers, the Steel City knows championships.

There must be something special in the water to make Pittsburgh so particularly...


Glens Falls

by Gwen Palmer, Bob Bayle & Stan Malecki Arcadia Publishing (August 18, 2004)

Glens Falls presents a photographic essay of a community on the Hudson River, midway between Saratoga Springs and Lake George.

The book spans the years from 1860 to 1925, when Glens Falls was reaching its peak...


Mount Vernon Revisited

by Donna M. Jackson, Dr. Larry H. Spruill & Mayor Ernest D. Davis Arcadia Publishing (September 15, 2014)

Mount Vernon Revisited commemorates pivotal milestones of the past 150 years while offering indicators of the city's potential and identity.

An important gateway suburban community, Mount Vernon was formed around...


Crown Heights and Weeksville

by Wilhelmena Rhodes Kelly Arcadia Publishing (August 31, 2009)

Vintage images document the historical transformations of Crown Heights and Weeksville.

The communities of Crown Heights and Weeksville are historically significant Brooklyn neighborhoods with foundations that...


Historic Theaters of New York's Capital District

by John A. Miller The History Press (May 14, 2018)

Experience the architecture and colorful history of the Historic Theaters of New York's Capital District as author John A. Miller charts the entertaining history.

For generations, residents of New York's Capital...


Legends & Lore of Western Pennsylvania

by Thomas White The History Press (June 01, 2009)

Thomas White spins a beguiling yarn with tales that reach from the misty hollows of the Alleghenies to the lost islands of Pittsburgh.

Oppaymolleah's Curse. General Braddock's buried gold. The original man of...


Wicked Ulster County

by A.J. Schenkman The History Press (July 31, 2012)

Uncover Ulster County's hidden history of unsavory characters and stories of its wicked past.

Situated in the scenic Hudson Valley, Ulster County is a lovely location to make a home and raise a family, but it...


Legends and Lore of Lake Ontario

by Susan Peterson Gateley The History Press (June 25, 2013)

Local author Susan Peterson Gateley tracks down the real Maid of the Mist and investigates the meaning behind the names Soup Harbor, Sheba Island and the Devil's Nose.

Named by the Hurons, "Ontario" means "Lake...


A Culinary History of Cape May: Salt Oysters, Beach Plums & Cabernet Franc

by John Howard-Fusco The History Press (April 03, 2017)

Author John Howard-Fusco traces the roots of Cape May's delectable dishes and recipes from long ago to the modern day.

Cape May is America's first seaside resort, and with that comes a mouthwatering food history....


Hidden History of the Mid-Hudson Valley

by Carney Rhinevault & Tatiana Rhinevault The History Press (September 09, 2011)

The Albany Post Road was the vital artery between New York City and the state capital in Albany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

It saw a host of interesting events and colorful characters, though...


Hidden History of Pittsburgh

by Len Barcousky The History Press (May 18, 2016)

Veteran journalist Len Barcousky shines a light on the hidden corners of Pittsburgh's history.

When Mark Twain visited in 1884, he claimed to spy a little bit of hell in Pittsburgh's smoky appearance. Twain's...


Hudson Valley Curiosities

by Allison Guertin Marchese The History Press (August 21, 2017)

Hudson Valley is steeped in mysteries, from Celtic chambers resting in the deep woods of Putnam to Millbrook's abandoned Bennett College.

The beautiful, tree-spotted landscape of the Hudson Valley hides the strange...


Owning New Jersey

by Joseph A. Grabas The History Press (September 23, 2014)

Winner of the New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance Authors Award for Nonfiction

New Jersey's land records and deeds are unlikely sources for a thrilling tale but reveal little-known, fascinating history. A detailed...


Lost Towns of the Hudson Valley

by Wesley Gottlock & Barbara H. Gottlock The History Press (July 30, 2009)

Did you know a town can vanish? Discover the curious history of five towns nearly lost to history...

This is the story of five towns located in New York's Hudson River Valley that met their demise as quickly...


Beaver Falls

by Kenneth Britten Arcadia Publishing (July 28, 2000)

During Beaver Falls' first 150 years, residents of the town built it into a self-supporting community committed to family values.

Initially known as Brighton before its incorporation, after it became Beaver Falls,...


East Harlem

by Christopher Bell Arcadia Publishing (October 22, 2003)

Overshadowed by the fame of Harlem and the wealth of the Upper East Side, East Harlem is rarely noted as a historical enclave.

However, from the early 1800s through today, East Harlem has welcomed wave after...


Richmond Hill

by Carl Ballenas & Nancy Cataldi Arcadia Publishing (July 03, 2002)

Picturesque Richmond Hill evolved after the Civil War on land where orchards once blossomed and cattle once grazed.

Nestled in the shadow of New York City, it is one of the city's first planned communities. The...


Summit

by Patricia E. Meola Arcadia Publishing (September 03, 1998)

With a history dating back to 1664, Summit, New Jersey, has evolved from a pastoral town of farms and rolling hills to a populous suburb of Manhattan.

Though the land was originally purchased in the 17th century,...


Legends and Lore of the Hudson Highlands

by Jonathan Kruk The History Press (July 23, 2018)

The Hudson Highlands launched revolutions of independence, industry and creativity, and have long enchanted artists and hikers with countless mysteries that still thrive in the area.

Leni-Lenape legend told of...


Wicked Philadelphia

by Thomas H. Keels The History Press (February 19, 2010)

Historian Thomas Keels tells many ribald stories in his book, "Wicked Philadelphia: Sin in the City of Brotherly Love," including various methods of body snatching and murder.

--Marty Moss-Coane, WHYY-FM

Prim...


Haunted Rochester

by Mason Winfield, John Koerner, Reverend Tim Shaw & Rob Lockhart The History Press (July 30, 2008)

After this survey of Rochester's super natural history and tradition, "the Flour City" will never look the same!

Avenging specters, demon-tortured roads, holy miracles, weird psychic events, prehistoric power...


Remembering Northeast Philadelphia

by Dr. Harry C. Silcox The History Press (February 02, 2009)

The towns of Northeast Philadelphia boast a rich and vibrant history, but many of their engrossing stories have been pushed into the background over time.

In this collection of historical columns, first published...


Pine Creek Villages

by David Ira Kagan Arcadia Publishing (July 28, 2008)

Pine Creek Village depicts the engaging history of this community.

Pioneer settlers began arriving in Pine Creek Valley after the Revolutionary War, drawn to the pristine wilderness filled with towering white...


Around Canandaigua

by Nancy Yacci Arcadia Publishing (March 31, 2004)

Over 200 never before published photographs are presented in this pictorial history, which spans the early 1800's through the early 1950's.

As we approach the end of the century, this new book looks back at over...


Hudson River Bridges

by Kathryn W. Burke Arcadia Publishing (April 11, 2007)

Hudson River Bridges documents how these structures remain beautiful testaments to cooperative efforts during trying times in America's history.

The Hudson River Valley, an invaluable connection between New England...


Moorestown

by Kimberly L. Bunn & Lynne F. Schill Arcadia Publishing (October 27, 2014)

Moorestown depicts the history of this important agricultural and social hub.

Settled in 1682 by Quakers, Moorestown grew quickly into an important agricultural and social hub. Local farms and nurseries were...


Murder & Mayhem in the Finger Lakes

by R. Marcin The History Press (September 21, 2020)

The pristine waters of the Finger Lakes inspire tranquility, but the region has not been spared a history of high-profile murders. George Chapman's execution for killing a hostler in a drunken rage drew one...