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Public Relations: F.O.B. Detroit

The rites of fall were beginning—f.o.b. Detroit. And already the celebrators, that cast-iron band of U.S. journalists who cruise the automotive beat, were up...

BROADWAY: The Girls on Grant Avenue

(See Cover) I went out at the Eastern Gate, I saw the girls in clouds; Like clouds they were, and soft and bright, But in the crowds I thought on the maid...

The City: Living It Up

By general consent, Manhattan is the U.S.'s cultural capital, the greatest concentration of taste and wealth in the nation. But only 3,000 people have homes...

Milestones, Nov. 28, 1960

Born. To Pat Suzuki, 29, tiny (4 ft. 11 in.), brassy-voiced singer who made it big in Broadway's Flower Drum Song, and Mark Shaw, 38, fashion photographer:...

Milestones, Apr. 11, 1960

Married. Yul Brynner, 39, shaved-pate, Vladivostok-born Hollywood star; and Doris Kleiner, 32, Yugoslavian-born brunette, now a Paris fashionhouse director; ic...

NIGHTCLUBS: Competition in the Catskills

Beyond the floodlights, the slanting floor of the Concord Hotel's coliseum-sized nightclub rose into astonishing distance. The S.R.O. audience, 3,000 strong,...

Music: Little Girl, Big Voice

What the audience at Seattle's Colony Club saw in the spotlight was a little (4 ft. 11 in.) button-nosed Nisei girl in toreador pants and white coat, with a pony...

Television: Jul. 18, 1969

Wednesday, July 16 APOLLO 11 (ABC, CBS, NBC). Hugh Downs and David Brinkley will start off NBC's coverage from Cape Kennedy at 6 a.m.,* with ABC's Frank...

Neurology: That Stardust Malady

Music had small charm for Donald Morton. He could not read a note; he had difficulty recognizing tunes; he could not easily tell the sound of one instrument...

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