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Chas. J. Weinstein and The Loew’s Kings Theater in Brooklyn

I got a call from a friend of mine who’s bidding on the restoration of one of the massive old movie palaces in New York City. The Loew’s Kings Theater opened in Brooklyn in 1929 with marble, crystal, velvet, and … Continue reading

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Factory Visit from the Balvenie Rare Craft Roadshow

Andrew Weir, ambassador of “The Balvenie” came to visit the Remains factory in Brooklyn. They are touring the country in a hand-built Morgan Plus 8 to find and “celebrate rare craftsmanship” wherever they find it still thriving. You can see … Continue reading

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Spectacular Autumn Sunrise

I pulled into work a little before 7am the other day under an incredible luminous sky. So I grabbed the camera and bounded up to the roof to see what the skyline looked like and… was it impressive. When I … Continue reading

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Greenwood Cemetery Architectural Design Tour

Recently, a group of staff and family from Remains went on a tour of Greenwood Cemetery in South Brooklyn, led by our friend Elizabeth Broman, Reference Librarian at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Greenwood is the permanent residence of many … Continue reading

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Remains Lighting new website launches

We have launched our new website! Why in the world did we tinker with it you ask? It worked so well, we knew our way around, we liked it just as it was! Well, we have changed and grown as … Continue reading

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