New Effort To Preserve The Dome
posted by Ross Melnick on April 26, 2004 at 6:07 am
PLEASANT HILL, CA — A local high student is leading an effort to preserve the domed CineArts theater. Slated to be torn down to make way for a new retail and entertainment complex, the Dome remains open (and popular) and is still a local landmark.
According to the Contra Costa Times, the demolition of the domed theater, currently exhibiting art house films, has been pushed off while developers bring in two large retailers.
I’m glad there are other people who love these theatres- I just wish someone would put some pressure on Century to un-twin the TWO large domes they have in Sacramento! I would go to movies there all the time if they did, but won’t go there at all right now!
The CineArts Theater in Pleasant Hill is the best & only theater that Contra Costa has to offer movie goers who appreciate independent/unique films.
Keep it alive!!!
tear it down?
uh, please don’t this