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March 7th In NYC History

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1846...Grace Episcopal Church is consecrated at Broadway and 10th Street.

1982...The New York Philharmonic performs its 10,000th concert, making it the longest-running symphony orchestra in the world.

1986...Former New York Senator Jacob Javits dies at age 82.

2003...Broadway goes dark when unions representing actors and stagehands decide to honor a strike by Broadway musicians. The walk-out lasts four days. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP