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Gregory Hines
Judith Jamison
Phyllis Hyman
Hinton Battle
P.J. Benjamin
Terri Klausner
Gregg Burge
Mercedes Ellington
Priscilla Baskerville
Mercer Ellington

Eat, rink and be merry.
The Promenade Café in Rockefeller Center now has a complete six course dinner package, with free parking, every night from 6 p.m. Great food. And a chance to watch the skaters perform on the famous ice rink. Open 11:15 a.m. to 10:30p.m. Tel.757-5731. AmericanExpress®Card welcome. [[logo - AmericanExpress]]®

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Hudson River, New York City*

Applauding New York City's Fjord

New York City boast the most southerly fjord in the world, the Hudson River. This dramatic waterway plays many versatile roles in New York City's magnificent natural environment.

Glaciers gouged its valley to depths of nearly a thousand feet. Its tidal currents carry salt water all the way to Albany, making it an estuary and not a river.

Manufacturers Hanover sees the city in ways it has never been seen before. That's why it is the bank for New Yorkers.

*This photograph is part of the first survey of New York City's natural areas, by Earth Environmental Group, 265 Water St., N.Y. 10038


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