While police raided Short Vincent's seedy bars, celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland gravitated to the legendary Theatrical Grill for dinner or drinks. Resident bookies, career gangsters, and wide-eyed tourists roamed the infamous street, once the center of Cleveland's bawdy behavior and edgy entertainment. Enjoy author Alan Dutka's nostalgic tour and pictorial history of this celebrated Cleveland hotspot.
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Author and native Clevelander Alan Dutka retired following a 42-year career in business. During that time, Dutka authored four books on business: Fundamentals of Data Normalization, Competitive Intelligence for the Competitive Edge, State of the Art Marketing Research, and Handbook for Customer Satisfaction, the later chosen as a Newbridge Executive Book Club primary selection of the month. Last year he wrote East Fourth Street: The Rise, Decline, and Rebirth of an Urban Cleveland Street.
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