December 17, 2004
We almost forgot to mention that the Cinema Treasures Theatre Guide now lists over 8,000 theaters! Once again, endless thanks to everyone who has made this possible. It’s really been amazing to see this site grow into such an amazing resource.
December 2, 2004
Cinema Treasures was briefly mentioned in this report from yesterday’s edition of the Los Angeles Times.
November 25, 2004
Cinema Treasures is closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.
See you soon!
October 22, 2004
October 14, 2004
The Cinema Treasures theater database keeps on growing! We’ve just passed the 7,000-theater mark and want to thank everyone for their continued support of the site and for passing along their knowledge of “Cinema Treasures” around the world.
October 12, 2004
Vote for the theater you think is most endangered in our new Cinema Treasures poll!
Did we forget a theater? Add to our list of endangered theaters by posting a comment to this news story.
Visit new and archived polls by going to the Cinema Treasures Poll page.
October 8, 2004
Zipcode search — now you can find your favorite theaters by zipcode! Zipcode search also allows you to search for theaters with 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 miles from your present location. Just enter your local zipcode, select the desired proximity, and you’ll be able to find all the Cinema Treasures nearby!
Search theaters by previous name and description — many of you have asked to search our theater guide using a theater’s previous name, so we’re glad to finally offer this feature. When searching for theaters by name, you’re now able to search for any combination of the current theater name (the default for most searches), previous names, and even search within a theater’s description.
As you may have noticed, Cinema Treasures now includes a poll!
To vote in the poll, you can vote directly from the polls menu that appears throughout our theater news section. Or just go straight to our Cinema Treasures Poll area.
Each week, we’ll be bringing you a new question that gets to the heart of what this website is about. And, of course, if you have any cool ideas for new polls, feel free to email us.
If you haven’t voted in this week’s poll (which asks how many movies you’ve seen this summer), please check it out.
October 7, 2004
Next on our list of new features and enhancements… Cinema Treasures' theater guide.
When browsing through a list of theaters (like Art Deco theaters or theaters in California), it’s now possible to view all the theaters in a given category. So, in addition to viewing twenty-five theaters at a time, but you can now view them all at once — on a single page, either as a list or as thumbnails.
We’ve also added a number of enhancements to individual theater pages. Most significantly, theater pages now display more than one name for a theater. The theater’s current (or most recent) name is still displayed, but if previous names exist, they are also displayed. (Previous names are now searchable too.) Similarly, if our database contains a phone number for a theater, we now show the number.
Lastly, you may have noticed that the image behind the Cinema Treasures logo on the top of each page has changed. In fact, every day of the week, we plan to show a different background. Each image will reveal a special ‘Cinema Treasure’ which reminds us why we all love movie theaters so much.
Our apologies for those of you who were unable to view the site yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately, the new site is so popular that we overloaded our existing server. But, rest assured, we’re planning to move Cinema Treasures to a more powerful server as soon as possible.