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Rescuing 1918 glory


Published November 30, 2007


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[KATHLEEN FLYNN | Times]
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YBOR CITY - The Cuban Club's theater, built in 1918, needs a lot of work, so much so that structural work takes precedence in the allocation of a $300,000 grant. But what about the faded, ornate details? Transfixed by the neoclassical theater's beauty during a performance earlier this year, artist Jeff Monsein sprang into action. He's assembling a team of artists to restore the colors to their former glory - for free. Story, 7

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