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The address maps out to the South Fork Public Library which should be current use.
I just called their listed number and got a message saying they were open. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays and advertising the latest Disney release.
Has been a pizza restaurant since 1973. Vacant prior to then.
Bigjoe59. Maybe the shorter run was because San Francisco is a much smaller city population-wise.
Current website: https://ticketing.useast.veezi.com/sessions/?siteToken=8kt74z43z5freme58vahpaf48g
This venue might be going out of existence. Story here: https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/11/ypsilanti-v-deja-vu-a-timeline-of-the-citys-dueling-legal-battles-with-downtown-strip-club.html?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mlivedotcom_sf&utm_source=facebook
Updated website link: https://www.cherokeecinemas.com/
Status should be Open. They are showing current movies on weekends. Website: https://richlandmovies.com/center-cinema-info/
Status should be closed. Facebook page says permanently closed.
Current function should be church.
Is this a pop up?
For sale along with the drive in: https://www.al.com/business/2021/10/alabama-drive-in-movie-theater-up-for-sale.html?fbclid=IwAR1qjqKqHvyHRohZXQrtmkFiZOiUoTAwzLyi75XQOAMmstnC8ZR48upDbUM
For sale along with the indoor theatre: https://www.al.com/business/2021/10/alabama-drive-in-movie-theater-up-for-sale.html?fbclid=IwAR1qjqKqHvyHRohZXQrtmkFiZOiUoTAwzLyi75XQOAMmstnC8ZR48upDbUM
Now reopened after renovations during the Covid shutdown. More info at this link: https://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/entertainment/theater/2021/10/08/state-theatre-new-jersey-opens-100th-season-2021-2022/6030084001/?fbclid=IwAR3nZkp8-nRQvXr21hG5xKXnnf9WWVE1-ixFeVYkr1BJQALeSb-UhlzeMP0
The current plan is to convert the Clay to a single open space for retail. More info at this link. https://socketsite.com/archives/2021/10/conversion-of-historic-clay-theater-closer-to-reality.html?fbclid=IwAR0k6WV3yN6pvsUCSSBWsHaxhRS_yjNDrYIc1aHb3FylGU0GAMcfZRajQFc
Currently under renovation as a performing arts center.https://www.wdbj7.com/2021/07/09/look-inside-historic-millwald-theatre/?fbclid=IwAR21vDzhGMmrXxe31_nJBdaBf9DzOgP-HfDwJklFYmLVn_89g4-5eJKllRI
Now open and scheduling classic films and live performances. Information is available on the website.
Status should be closed/demolished. This theatre building and adjoining structures have been razed and a new development built on the property.
Now known as Movies of Delray. Website: https://www.moviesofdelray.com/