Weekly Digest (9/15-9/20)

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Terry Monohan of San Francisco, CA shares these photos with us of the New Mission Theater’s remodel.
“1940 movie marquee a step closer to a new home at Seabee Museum” From Ventura County, CA.
“City Council Approves Mills Act Contract for Saban Theatre” From Beverly Hills, CA.
“Broadway Nightclub Envisioned in Former ‘Problem’ Location” From LA, CA.

“Imogene Theatre Celebrates 100 Years With Variety Show” From Milton, FL.
“Ocala Drive-In gets 4 second chances for digital gear” From Ocala, FL.

“Jerome Movie Theater Closes for Split from 35mm Film” From Twin Falls, ID.

Amy Davis to give talk in Elmhurst, IL in October.

“Group trying to save historic Dodge City theater” From Dodge City, KS.

“Jack Stewart recalls the strange 1970s struggle to save the Saenger” From New Orleans, LA.

“Leicester, Mass. drive-in fights to stay open” From Leicester, MA.

“City of Detroit Takes Control Of The Historic National Theater; Is Revival In Store?” From Detroit, MI.

“New chairs, curtains on ‘wish list’ for historic Ellis Theater renovation” From Philadelphia, MS.

New Jersey:
“Newton Theatre celebrates anniversary” From Newton, NJ.

New York
“Riviera Theatre to renovate iconic marquee among other changes” From North Tonawanda, NY.
“Auburn’s theater history celebrated at Schines anniversary event” From Auburn, NY.

“Old theater site in Village gets makeover into event center” From Cleveland, TN.

“Arts center hosts street fair in New Theatre’s 100th year” From Staunton, VA.

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