The Showplace of the Nation Reborn

On the short list of buildings that are American icons, surely Radio City Music Hall is one of the greatest. On its opening in 1932, The New York Herald Tribune called it "the most remarkable auditorium ever built" and time has done nothing to alter that assessment. From the depths of the Depression to this side of the Millennium, Radio City Music Hall has remained an indelible symbol of show business glamour and sophistication, a peoples' palace of entertainment that rivaled any image of lux

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