HAWTHORNE, NJ - The Hawthorne Theater, an iconic feature in Hawthorne, closed its doors again three weeks after reopening. Originally opened in 1928, the theater was one of the first businesses to close in mid-March, at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey. Mayor Richard Goldberg on September 3 had described the theater as "an institution" and encouraged residents to patronize the establishment, saying, "We must make sure they survive."
As of Monday, the theater's sign said the facility was closed "until further notice." TAPinto Hawthorne was unable to reach the management for comment at this time.
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