Bagel King Noah Alper Serves Memories and Advice in a New Book

East Bay Express | December 9, 2009
Two decades before he founded the bagel company that he would eventually sell for $100 million, Noah Alper was locked up in a mental hospital. Shocked to find their student son in a mania exacerbated by drugs, lack of sleep and the chaos of the Vietnam years, his parents had committed him.

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