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History of Radio: Video Didn’t Kill the Radio Star After All

How radio reinvented itself and built new audiences. Continue reading

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History of Radio: More Big Voices

DJs who pioneered rock ā€˜nā€™ roll, freeform and microbroadcasting. Continue reading

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History of Radio: Thursday, Sept. 29, 1932

Rin Tin Tin, the Mills Brothers and Amos ‘n’ Andy Continue reading

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History of Radio: Music, Sports, News and More Music

When FDR made his 1941 ‘Day of Infamy” speech, 79% of American homes listened on radio. Continue reading

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The History of Teens as Told Through Their Music

The history of teen personas, of teenage style and teenage lifestyle, is always associated with if not defined by the music of the era. Continue reading

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Jazz in the Garden, for the 50th Time

Jazz in the Garden celebrates its 50th year. Continue reading

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How We Celebrated Dylan’s Birthday at the Winery

The Bob Dylan Festival at the Warwick Valley Winery, Warwick, N.Y. Continue reading

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A Few Great Music Documentaries

Stories of Sixto Rodriguez, Darlene Love, Booker T. and David Bromberg Continue reading

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Growing Up in the 50ā€™s: My First Concert

My first concert was at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. The Steel Pier was an entertainment complex, with various shows, including an aquatic show of some type at the end of the pier. At one time I think that … Continue reading

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