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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - George Gershwin
Beware the trends in child rearing.
This is not merely "another Gershwin book" about the music that has survived almost a full century. Many edifying accounts of the towering 20th-century iconic Gershwin brothers have been published in the 76 years since George (the composer) died at age 37.
This is a book for serious Gershwin fans. From New York City's Lower East Side to Tin Pan Alley to Broadway to Paris to London, back to Broadway, to the concert hall to opera to Hollywood - that is the dizzying pace that outlines the all-too-short life and career of George Gershwin.
"I'm just excited about each day and the possibility of what I might be able to do," he said.