John S. Friedman
By John S. Friedman
The Three Late Luminaries Who Shaped New York’s Golden Mid-Century Culture
On the cusp of the new year, three Jewish cultural pioneers who helped shape New York’s identity died within days of each other. Their loss reflects the passing of an era. Each came into his own between the mid-1950s and mid-1960s, a time when, as Dan Wakefield wrote in his memoir “New York in the…
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