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Harry Sukman

Chicago-born music prodigy Harry Sukman produced his concert debut in 1925, at age 12, even though still in senior high school offered as an accompanist to violinists Mischa Mischakoff and Louis Persinger, and cantor Joseph Rosenblatt. He afterwards done radio being a pianist and conductor, and transferred to Hollywood in …

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Studs Terkel

Through his radio interviews and books, Louis “Studs” Terkel continues to be called “the Walt Whitman of the air waves” and described himself as “a guerrilla journalist having a tape recorder.” Although Terkel was connected with Chicago, he was created in NEW YORK on, may 16, 1912, the 3rd boy …

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