Todd Snider to Play Benefit for Hope for Henry Foundation at Rock and Roll Hotel, November 13

Todd Snider to Play Benefit for Hope for Henry Foundation at Rock and Roll Hotel, November 13

By Al Kaufman

When Henry Strongin Goldberg was two weeks old, he was diagnosed with Fanconi anemia, a genetic defect that inhibits DNA repair and causes patients to acquire a plethora of potentially fatal diseases. Henry died when he was seven years old, but he crammed a lot of living (and ice cream) into his short years. Although most of his life was lived in a hospital, Henry had an infectious smile and unrelenting spirit that his parents, Laurie Strongin and Allen Goldberg, are honoring by making sure other children who are forced to spend most of their days and nights in hospital rooms get a chance to experience love and happiness. Read more about Todd Snider to Play Benefit for Hope for Henry Foundation at Rock and Roll Hotel, November 13

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