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Nuts

The press wasn’t always the enemy of the people. Once, long ago, it was heroic, with heroic buildings like the 1929 Daily News Building at 220 East 42nd Street between Second and Third Avenues in Manhattan. Grand Central Station and … Continue reading

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Those Missing Strawberries

The second highest-grossing movie in America in 1954 was The Caine Mutiny – Humphrey Bogart as the unstable and periodically paranoid Captain Phillip Francis Queeg, brought in by the Navy to restore discipline on the Caine, a minesweeper in our … Continue reading

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