A Conductor Whose Exuberance Matched New York City’s – New York Times (blog)

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New York Times (blog)
There was so much to see at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York: its icons, the Trylon and Perisphere. The Futurama, with its promise of automated highways. The giant statue of George Washington. The giant cash register atop one building. And little
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Zennie Abraham
Zennie Abraham | Zennie Abraham or "Zennie62" is the founder of Zennie62Media which consists of zennie62blog.com and a multimedia blog news aggregator and video network, and 78-blog network, with social media and content development services and consulting. Zennie is a pioneer video blogger, YouTube Partner, social media practitioner, game developer, and pundit. Note: news aggregator content does not reflect the personal views of Mr. Abraham.

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