Remembering Charles Kuralt
Thursday, July 13, 2017
The legendary poet of the American road, Charles Kuralt, died 20 years ago this July 4th. Fame is fleeting, and there is now a whole generation of Americans for whom Kuralt is an unknown figure, or one whose legacy is overshadowed by his complex personal life. In today’s world, a legacy like Kuralt’s is easy to miss. That’s a shame. (WPIX)
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