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Scenes of Crying Lion Amidst Soon to Be Gutted Glory
Unfortunately, no one kept the RKO operating. Most preservation agencies chose to believe words, not go look at the venue, such as a bulldozed staircase that still exists minus the handrail.
Chris Kellberg, engineer and photographer, wrote a history of the Flushing RKO and brought it with him when he gazed upon the restoration progress of this city's Keith Albee Performing Arts Center. For more photos of the deteriorating New York theater , visit, https://www.facebook.com/groups/220242754654213/
To express support for the RKO, write:
Director of Community Boards
120-55 Queens Blvd.
Kew Gardens, NY 11424