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Oregon native pens final edition of his 40-year-old, guide to New York

The first question people ask Gerry Frank upon meeting him is: How does an eighth generation Oregonian come to write a top-selling guidebook to New York? "I come from the retail business, and have... To view the full story, click the title link.
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