At their peak in the 1850s, the halls drew more than a million people a week—nearly 5% of the country's population.
Following the Civil War, many of the once-heady halls were converted to venues for vaudeville acts.
IBM's supercomputer Watson is named after the company's first CEO. But the Watson we remember and love was the storyteller. ...
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