Show Business: Tune-Out for Radio City?

Radio City Music Hall is New York's answer to the Grand Canyon. Everything about it is superlative, including its attraction for tourists, especially at Easter and Christmas. It is the biggest indoor theater in the world, with 6,000 seats, a mammoth 70 ft. by 35 ft. movie screen, and a stage almost big enough for a football game. When the giant organ bellows The Stars and Stripes Forever, dogs, it is claimed, begin howling in Paramus, N.J. For 40 years through wars, depressions and even a strike of its 46 Rockettes, the Music Hall has never closed its doors. Last week,...

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