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Life of Ed Link portrayed in reading of 'Man-in-Sea', 4/16 in Binghamton
Paul Juser speaks with WSKG's Gregory Keeler.
Life of Ed Link portrayed in reading of 'Man-in-Sea', 4/16 in Binghamton
Online interview audio now available. A reading of "Man In Sea" featuring author Paul Juser

Friday, April 16, 7:00pm

ART Mission
61 Prospect Avenue
Binghamton, NY 13901

All Proceeds from this event will benefit the Matthew Juser Memorial Scholarship. Tickets are $15. Come out and support an amazing look at our local history. Please call the ART Mission and reserve your seat today at 722-6914.

During the Depression, Ed Link built a carnival ride out of broken airplane fuselage and a set of bellows from his father's piano factory. That carnival ride beat the Luftwaffe, created the flight simulator industry, and revolutionized the world of aeronautics. After WWII, Ed Link moved on to undersea archaeology, exploring ancient ports, tracking Christopher Columbus, and racing against Jacques Cousteau into the ocean trenches. "Man-in-Sea" is the story of an inventor who built a flight simulator, and a hero that changed the world.