Restoring an icon

One of the most glorious Art Deco buildings in the world is Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Home of the world-famous Rockettes, as well as a popular venue for concerts and the annual Christmas Spectacular, Radio City opened its gilded doors in 1932 as a glittering showplace for films and live entertainment. By 1999, much of the original glitter had faded, and the building was closed for eight months for a tip-to-toe restoration.

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