SOURCE: New York Times
What is this ceaseless looking backward?
Alexandra Witze savours seven books commemorating the 50th anniversary of the lunar landings.
If Congress still needs some convincing, the timing may be right.
by Bruce Chadwick
Fox takes the reader all the way back to 1914 and discusses entertainment in Harlem, and New York City, in that bustling era when vaudeville was sill king to set the stage for the debut of the Apollo in 1934.
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