Johnny Apple's Tour of North American Cities

Apple's America

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R.W. "Johnny" Apple, associate editor of The New York Times, tells Susan Stamberg about his new travel guide, Apple's America: The Discriminating Traveler's Guide to Forty Great Cities in the United States and Canada.

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