This week, we're sharing a chunk of our live show, which took place on October 10, 2015, as part of New York Super Week. In Monday's podcast, we're talking to Bryan Young, author of "A Children's Illustrated History of Presidential Assassination," about his book and about a number of the presidential assassinations (and attempts) that have been part of United States history.
In Wednesday's episode, we'll share the audience question portion of the show (at least, the part that was also related to presidential assassinations).
Monday's listener mail is a duo. Kathleen writes about the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. And we have a thank-you to listener Megan who sent us some delightful gifts from Ireland.
Huge thanks to everyone who joined us! Also, thanks to New York Super Week, festival director Matt Wasowski and the of the Super Week and venue staff, the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, New York Comic Con, and, of course, Holly's Brian and my Patrick for a world of support and help for our first ever live show.
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