Stand at the famous ice-skating rink at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in the heart of New York City. Gaze up at those silvery spires that scrape the sky. At the top of the tower, on the 65th floor, you will be able to imagine the glittering Rainbow Room. It no longer glitters. They’ve turned out the lights.Forty-two employees were thrown out of work when The Grill at The Rainbow Room closed in January. Who would have thought the most secure of jobs, the waitstaff positions, suddenly would become ...
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