The building once housed a young Louis Armstrong and a Jewish family who instilled in him a love of singing.
Artifacts at the National Museum of African American Music include Ella Fitzgerald's Grammy Award, B.B. King's guitar and Louis Armstrong's trumpet.
A variety of ingredients, all stirred-up with the beach as the backdrop and intoxicating -- that was the music scene in New Jersey this past summer, almost over but maybe a few more warm breezes of sound before the end of the year.
World Meets the Cape Dee Dee Bridgewater: American Jazz vocalist, thrice Grammy-Award-winning singer/songwriter, and UN Goodwill