April 3, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO, CA —Please visit http://www.sfcoda.org, the website of our newly formed 510©(3) organization dedicated to saving the Castro Wurlitzer.
Links on the site point to two recent news articles (one in the San Francisco Chronicle), as well as additional information about the project vision, created by the board of the Castro Organ Devotees Association (CODA). Visitors to the site can make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal and/or sign up for our e-mail newsletter.
Bill Coale, Secretary Castro Organ Devotees Association (CODA)
(Thanks to Tinseltoes.
April 1, 2013
March 15, 2013
CANON CITY, CO — The cinema future of Canon City is looking grim with both of its theaters in need of digital projection. Both the Creekside Cinemas and the single-screen Skyline are hoping to raise the necessary funds, possibly through a Kickstarter campaign.
Read more in the Denver Business Journal.
(Thanks to Chuck1231 for providing the photo.)
February 28, 2013
LEONARDTOWN, MD — Friends of the Leonardtown Theater has been established to save the New Theatre. They hope to get the state to make the area an arts and entertainment district so they can receive incentives for investing in bringing back the theatre. They intend to show a mix of independent, foreign and classic films there.
Read more in Southern Maryland News.
February 25, 2013
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August 15, 2012
The next edition of Britain’s OLD THEATRES magazine (Patron Ken Dodd OBE) will include details and photographs of the country’s halls of entertainment that are under threat. Now in its fourth year, OT has become recognized as a unique publication which champions the need to preserve the country’s historic halls of entertainment so that they can be enjoyed by future generations.
Published three times a year by theatre enthusiasts, including retired authors and journalists, it gets great reviews wherever it goes. The magazine features ‘lost’ theatres, old theatres which have been restored, stories of artists' experiences in them, together with extra information which is not normally seen in other theatre publications.
August 9, 2012