New York landmark's closing leaves Heisman homeless
NEW YORK -- The red awning still hovers over the sidewalk at 19 West Street, claiming this 73-year-old Art Deco building as the official "Home of the Heisman." But the canopy is dirty and faded. It's dwarfed by blue scaffolding. And the doors to enter the building are boarded up.
Around the back, under another discolored "Home of the Heisman" covering, a set of glass doors is accessible. But they're filthy, slathered in 20 months of dirt and fingerprints. Tentacles of cracks cascade down ...
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