by Kwame Opam, at Dec. 20, 2010, 3:04 p.m.
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Text: '21' was one of the quintessential speaks of the time, chronicled in Al Hirschfeld's "Speakeasies of 1932," Arnold Shaw's "52nd Street: The Street of Jazz" and Peter Kriendler's "21: Every Day was New Year's Eve." Today, it attempts to strike a balance between it's past identity while maintaining a level of currency that makes it, if only ostensibly, more visible to the public beyond it's traditional clientele of the rich and famous.
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