The Killers in the majestic Paradise Theater were a pop force. Juxtaposing the ornate grandeur of the scene with the cameras and other modern electronic equipment, The Killers put on a show and spectacle worthy of such a grand and large stage.
Usually a trip to The Bronx meant you were probably catching the Yankees. Going further up, fans were treated to enough entertainment to last into extra innings. The Paradise Theater is an old movie theater that rivals The Ziegfeld Theater or Radio City Music Hall in its beauty. Originally opened in 1929, the theater was host to movies and live performances but eventually closed its doors in 1994. Six years later, the doors were reopened. New York City has designated the interior and exterior as New York City Landmarks.
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