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Scaffolding rings Carnegie Hall in New York as the century-old red brick towers that once occupied by Marlon Brando and Leonard Bernstein are turned into new rehearsal space and offices. Residents lost a bitter years-long battle to save the studios that philanthropist Andrew Carnegie created for active artists. (Associated Press)

Scaffolding rings Carnegie Hall in New York as the century-old red brick towers that once occupied by Marlon Brando and Leonard Bernstein are turned into new rehearsal space and offices. Residents lost a bitter years-long battle to save the studios that philanthropist Andrew Carnegie created for active artists. (Associated Press)

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