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The Palace Theatre is reviving it’s $5 Flashback Monday series but this time you might want to leave the kids at home. It’s all R-rated films from 1971 on with classics such as “The Shining” and “Pulp Fiction.” The series begins September 22 and goes till Thanksgiving. more
The Laurel Cinema has been in limbo for years but locals haven’t given up on the 1929 theatre. The city now owns it and may demolish it as it’s been vandalized numerous times and frankly needs a lot of work. There’s still hope though that it would be renovated into some form of arts facility. more
The 1972 Quad Cinema, the city’s first four-screen theatre, has been sold to real estate developer Charles S. Cohen. Not to worry though, the former owners turned down higher offers because of Cohen’s commitment to the theatre. He plans to extensively renovate it in 2015 and turn it into a repertory house primarily. The art-house favorite will live on. more
The Yorktown 18 has been growing and growing since opening 1970 but now it’s scaling down a bit, at least in seating capacity. This is because they’re now becoming AMC’s first dine-in theatre in Illinois thanks to their RedKitchen program. There will also be a bar and lounge, MacGuffins, near the theatre entrance. Most of the work should be done by the end of the year. more
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