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    Paul Revere

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    History likes heroes; no matter what! Can you imagine that Paul Revere was not always a notable revolutionary patriot? The truth is, Revere gain little fame for his “Midnight Ride” in April 1775. He was nearly forgotten until Henry Longfellow wrote a poem that embellished Revere’s role in the events of that night.

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Ray Hahn
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No screams were heard that the French are coming when Edith Piaf arrived in New York, but the French chanteuse soon became our Queen of Hearts. She sang La Vie en Rose every night and the crowds returned for more. Piaf is the one who reminds us that great popular art didn’t begin with Elvis or the Beatles.

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