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Back in June there was a modest kerfuffle over the improper removal of prismatic glass windows from the historic Highland Park Masonic Temple, which he said were in need of repair. Happily, the building's owner found a local studio to restore the glass: "hundreds of four-inch squares of prismatic glass, which are used by reflect and direct sunlight into dark building interiors, from the former masonic temple are now being cleaned and prepared to be mounted in new transom windows. The work is being performed at Judson Studios, where artisans have created and repaired stained and specialty glass for decades." [Eastsider]