Tag: The Met

  • The Met

    The Met

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    “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” is the vaudeville way of asking what’s the secret to success. Success takes on a whole new meaning when the proper proportions of talent, skill, and tenacity are blended, after hours and hours of practice, practice, practice. The same question could be asked about The Met.

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Past Article

Karen Bice

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Driving west through Pennsylvania in the 1920s and 1930s was arduous. The road that became the Lincoln Highway (U. S. 30) was paved but there were few amenities. Then entrepreneur Herbert Paulson built “The Only Steamboat in the Mountains,” the Grand View Ship Hotel, at a sharp bend on the road with a beautiful view of 3 states.

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