Glaciers, water, and geological activity shaped New York City’s landscape long before the buildings and pavement did. Find out what lies beneath the five boroughs, from boulders in Fort Greene to striations in Central Park. Also, Miles Davis’s son Gregory Davis details the Jekyll-and-Hyde personality of his jazz superstar father. A food writer explains how he discovered his love for food. Plus: the anti-Hitler movement within WWII Germany was more significant than most people realize. We’ll find out why the myth of the German monolith isn’t true.
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