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Topic - Oliver Otis Howard
Before there was the Apollo in Harlem, there was the Howard Theatre in the nation's capital.
If, as the adage goes, changes blow in the wind, then with a few snips, lots of smiles and the applause from well-wishers, endless opportunities will abound for the historic Howard Theatre on Monday with a ribbon-cutting that starts a week of celebrations.
He also said the survival of the Howard depends on eclectic bookings and not merely relying on the nostalgic reflections of the "good ol' days."