June 11th, 2009 by thesuper

In 1964, lights were added to illuminate the top of the building at night, in colors chosen to match seasonal and other events, such as St. Patrick’s Day and Christmas. After the eightieth birthday and the subsequent death of Frank Sinatra, for example, the building was bathed in blue light to represent the singer’s nickname “Ol ‘Blue Eyes.” After the death of actress Fay Wray (King Kong) in late 2004, the building was in complete darkness for 15 minutes.
Foci as the building bathed in red, white and blue for several months after the destruction of the World Trade Center, and then returned to the normal schedule. Traditionally, in addition to the standard schedule, the building will be lighted with the colors of the New York sports teams that play at night each (orange, blue and white for the New York Knicks, red, white and blue for the New York Rangers, and so on).
In June 2002, during the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the City of New York Empire State Building to light in purple and gold (the monarchical colors of the royal House of Windsor). New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it was a sign to say thanks to Her Majesty the Queen by singing the National Anthem of the United States at Buckingham Palace after the tragedy of September 11, 2001, as well as the support the United Kingdom always gave back.
In 1995, the building was illuminated in blue, red, green and yellow for departure to the sale of the new operating system from Microsoft, Windows 95, which started with 300 million of the bell.
The building has also been highlighted in purple and white in honor of quense students graduate from the University of New York.
The building was lit green for three days in honor of the Islamic festival of Eid ul-Fitr, in October 2007. The lighting, the first of a Muslim holiday, is intended to be an annual event and was repeated in 2008. In December 2007, the building was illuminated yellow to indicate the film of The Simpsons.

The Kansas City Star
This is a list of hundreds of summer events in our environment through Labor Day. Although every effort is made to be complete and accurate, some information did not reach us in time for our deadline, and some events were trimmed for space. In addition, some addresses, phone numbers and websites are listed on the first reference.
All About Jazz
Jazz – All About Jazz Music, Clubs and Culture
Champlin – Dayton Press
Wishing for a little escape when there is lots of light, music and fun “Let the hassle of packing and flying back and head to Anoka place.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette NI pop concerts MC Lars / GENE THE Werewolf Garfield Artworks, Thursday 7 pm With: Havannah Drive, Mustache Required. 10 – 12. 412-323-1919.

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