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Loew's Jersey Theatre
54 Journal Square
State Register of Historic Places, 1985

The Italian Baroque LOEW'S THEATER (built in 1929) has atop its terra cotta facade St. George and the dragon as antagonists once employed to face off as the clock below struck the passing hours. The theater bowed to multiplexes, but does not just simply survive, but, rather, prevails!

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