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The marquee now says newport music hall in the middle. It used to be all black. I always thought they should have something saying the name of the place on the marquee. That little newport neon sign above the doors was not cuttin' it.
I haven’t heard of any capa movies at the lincoln. no film just digital for dvd projection.
Now THAT’s a theater! cool look.
Mark capa uses the ohio theater for summer movies. they show film and digital.
Loew’s Westerville was on the end of Westerville Square. The facade is almost the same as i remember seeing films as a kid. Blue roof with big red loews letters. now fake windows replace the loews sign.
Video of Garden Theater Sign being relit
clicked every last one! great photos.
The Garden Theatre’s sign will be lit this weekend for the first time in 30 years. It’s the future home of the new Short North Stage theater troupe.
i hope this happens but 1.5 million is a lot to invest.
the cleves floor has been leveled from back to front of the building so there is a big difference in floor height about 20 feet from the front door.
I was in the cleve today! looks like the church now owns it. new “linden cleve” sign replaces the for sale sign. inside is just brick and steel beems. It still has the projection room. you walk in the front door to lots of wood paneling. nothing left from its theater days.
Featured in the TNT show Memphis Beat season2ep5.
are all the seat ends like this? i have the same end on a chair at my house made by irwin seating company.
I’ve been in this building. public access channel 21 looked at it for it’s new TV studio about 10 years ago. just a big open space. still had the projection room. front lobby was like a doctors office check-in space.
the marquee has been painted all white.
The linden was listed in the Columbus city directory in 1961:
it’s on the far left in this pic
the library opened May 14, 1952. the theater is still standing next to it. same building look at the windows.
Ron the Linden Theater, 2436 Cleveland Ave. opened in 1926.
pic of the outside. was not part of the remodel.
amazing remodel. check the website for pictures.
My great grandfather John Delfino helped paint the theater before it opened.
early 60’s photo