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Book a Tribute to Queens Locals Who Made it Big

A local son is celebrating famous faces who hail from Central Queens with a new book. Michael Perlman penned "Legendary Locals of Forest Hills and Rego Park" which pays homage to celebrities like Caroll O’Connor, Carol Channing, Stevie Wonder, Ray Romano and the original punk
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What do Captain Kangaroo, The Ramones and talk show host Jerry Springer have in common? They all grew up in
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"I hoping that my
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And perhaps culinary interest too, like the Famous Knish Nosh on 67th Road and Queens Boulevard, a fixture since 1952. Naturally, Michael and I had to nosh.

"I’ve been having Knishes ever since I opened first my eyes, he said.

The book includes a certain television reporter for a channel called NY1. Yep, I somehow made the cut right smack on page 121. Not legendary, but definitely local, having grown up on 67th and Austin Street.Articles Connexes:

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