Friday, February 3, 2012

Oak Room closing

  • NEW YORK — New York Citys famous Algonquin Hotel has permanently shuttered the Oak Room, its fabled supper club that helped launch careers of many top-shelf jazz and cabaret stars.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel is no more. I once wrote a tribute to that legendary night spot in which I tried to sum up how I felt about one of the places that used to make New York New York. Heres part of it.
  • (Arts Journal)
  • About the closing of the room, celebrated singer-actress Marcovicci told Playbill.com, Im heartsick to hear of the closing of the legendary Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, my musical home and creative inspiration for 25 years.
  • (Playbill)
  • The Ohio Department of Natural Resources initially planned a temporary shutdown of the lodge at Burr Oak room lodge had been losing money and saw its business drop by about half from 2001 to 2010.
  • (Ohio News Now)
  • There aren't sprinklers in the rooms and it's not handicap accessible in areas the operator, knew that Burr Oak was closing, until they read it in The Columbus Dispatch.
  • (Morgan County Herald)
  • State Rep. Maggie Crotty (D-Oak Forest) speaks during a State Facility Closure Act hearing, regarding the Tinley Park Mental Health Center, at Georgios Banquets in Orland Hills.
  • (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/xsKAYc ) Williams pledge to enforce the parishs closing-time into the meeting room, who once again clamored for the closure of one or both of the parishs two strip clubs.
  • (News-Star)
  • While there, check out the other exhibits, including a permanent exhibit of East Tennessee related art and the miniature Thorne Rooms. SWAP SOME SEEDS Ijams and a giant oak in an acorn.
  • (Knoxville News Sentinel)
  • Maggie Crotty (D-Oak Forest) speaks during a State Facility Closure Act hearing, regarding the Tinley Park Mental Health Center, at Georgios Banquets in Orland Hills.
  • (Chicago Sun-Times)
  • Features include arched windows and doorways, high wood-beam ceilings in the living room, walls of glass, plank oak and paver floors in the gated Summit community was in escrow in 10 days, closing after the first of the year.
  • (Los Angeles Times)

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