Entries by jameshannon

Tribute to the Wanderers – Originally published Winter 2006 issue of Back in the Bronx

Note: This article was written for Back in the Bronx magazine in Winter 2006. New information came in and some of the details in the story have changed in the years between this article and the publishing of Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang. I chose to leave […]

Review/Blog: Evening with the Ducky Boys at the Museum of the American Gangster

Back in November, I was asked to do a book reading for Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang at the Museum of the American Gangster in the Lower East Side section of New York City. I was kinda hesitant to do it because I wouldn’t really call the […]

Press Release: Bronx Gangs Author James Hannon to Appear at the Museum Of The American Gangster in Lower East Side, NYC

Bronx Gangs Author James Hannon to Appear at the Museum Of The American Gangster in Lower East Side, NYC “Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang” author James Hannon to appear at the Museum of the American Gangster in New York City on Thursday, December 16th for “An Evening […]

Press Release: Press Release: Book Release: Lost Boys Of The Bronx: The Oral History Of The Ducky Boys Gang

Bronx Gangs Author James Hannon to Appear at the Museum Of The American Gangster in Lower East Side, NYC “Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang” author James Hannon to appear at the Museum of the American Gangster in New York City on Thursday, December 16th for “An Evening […]

Press Release: Book Release: Lost Boys Of The Bronx: The Oral History Of The Ducky Boys Gang

Book Release: Lost Boys Of The Bronx: The Oral History Of The Ducky Boys Gang Bronx native James Hannon releases book detailing the all-too-human side of a terrifying Bronx gang of the early-1960s made infamous by Richard Price’s “The Wanderers.” Bronx, NY (PRWEB) September 9, 2010 James Hannon’s new book Lost Boys of the Bronx […]