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A fascinating look at the history of Times Square and environs. I would recommend to anyone interested in the history of New York.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Definitely a very interesting read, particularly for anyone who's lived in New York or otherwise has an affinity for the city considered by many to be the greatest in the world. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin Denny
interesting, but not entirely accurate. I was there from the onset of the peepshow with Marty Hodas in 1967. It was interesting to read about people that I haven't seen since 1984.Published 11 months ago by Ken
I used this book as a reference for a fictional book I was writing and it proved to be invaluable for research. One of my favorite historical nonfiction books about New York!Published 14 months ago by Patrick Johnson
What a fun read! Being familiar with the area made me enoy it even more!Published 18 months ago by Biddy Mulligan
great historical account of one of america's iconic social locations. if you love NYC, you'll enjoy this. The author conveys the energy that is the crossroads of the word.Published 19 months ago by Lyn Smith