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Larry Kanes Philadelphia Hardcover – September 29, 2000
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I left Philadelphia in the early 80's; moving to locations where Philadelphia and gifted artists were cited enough times that it spiked my curiosity wanting to know what was it about this city that seemed to produce this talent. And then I opened Larry Kane's memoir where there he explained it--taking me back to memories of my family's passionate discussions. I can't begin to describe how meaningful that message was to me.
Transcending through Kane's interesting career honestly relayed, him often paring journalism today to the past, I again thought back to my parents...and their parents...and deep into the generations recalling many wondering what was becoming of the newer generations. I used to tease them all the time; `Why wonder? You raised us' --which none too ironic is the same driver I found conveyed in Kane's passionate Philadelphia driving journalism today. Caroline Kennedy's quote supports this contention. This is a profound keepsake of a memoir, to which I must add, Larry Kane (for me) will always be synonymous with Action News.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Larry Kane retired from KYW 3 in December 2002 after 40 years of broadcasting.
I really enjoyed reading _Larry Kane's Philadelphia_ by Larry Kane. I really liked Larry Kane. Read more
Want to know what happened to Larry Kane after he got off the Beatles tour? Check out "Larry Kane's Philadelphia". Read morePublished on September 13, 2004 by Jonathan Cohen
Being from the Philadelphia area, I was pretty intrested in what Larry Kane would write about. Larry tells good stories and helped me fill in what little details on stories that... Read morePublished on December 29, 2001 by Kris S. Thompson
A great book for those interested in recent Philadelphia history and culture, or those just looking for an insight into major market TV news. Read morePublished on July 12, 2001
Larry Kane, a Philadelphia fixture for 35 years, has outdone himself with this book. It's really well written, and takes you on an unusual ride through the tv business. Read morePublished on February 23, 2001
Larry Kane has been a fixture on Philadelphia newscasts for the past 30 years and this is a must read for Fluffian's and those interested in media warfare. Read morePublished on December 5, 2000