The Official Newspaper for Foster County

Guest: George M. Cohan, Yankee Doodle Boy

George M. Cohan, the son of Irish immigrants – often described as the man who owned Broadway – dominated American theater from 1901 until 1940.

During that four-decade period, the man born on the Fourth of July produced 80 Broadway shows and wrote more than 1,000 songs. Although Cohan liked to describe himself as "just a song and dance man," he was a skilled actor, playwright and a director...

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