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ronmartis, is the photo above the correct building?
This is currently El Sol de Tala Traditional Mexican Cuisine restaurant.
The building is currently Harvest Moon Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Center.
Their website says they are opening on Friday. Here’s the link: http://www.harpertheater.com
Hey Lee. I was one of the RHPS regulars back in the mid-1980s (along with Betzi and the Celluloid Jam). I enjoyed your comment and would love to read your script some day. The best part about being in the cast was getting to hang out in the Oriental every weekend. It’s such an amazing theater.
There is now a vacant lot at this address which is next to the South Bend State Bank building (at 911 S. Michigan Street).
The Edna Theater, at 108 E. Eighth Street, Gibson City, IL is now a Masonic Temple.
Building is still sitting empty and boarded up. From the front doors, you can still see that the lobby (and concession stand) are still intact. New photo posted today.
The book “Historic Movie Theatres of Wisconsin” by Konrad Schiecke lists this theater at 926 Milwaukee Ave.
The theater was run by Robert Kramer when it was destroyed by fire on Sunday, January 20, 1924.
This theater closed on November 6, 2008. I just uploaded a recent photo of the closed theater.
This building currently houses The Eyeglass Shoppe which is at 502 Main Street, Marseilles.
Thanks Broan! That’s really good news. I was wondering what was happening to the building.
On the FindAGrave website, I found information about Charles E. Lane who owned and operated the Rem Theater. The article says the theater was at the corner of Ohio and South Streets in Remington.
Here is the information on Mr Lane.
I recently visited Remington and found the theater has been torn down. It looks like the small building (seen to the right of the theater in both links above), which is now the home to the Pizza King (105 S. Ohio St.), has expanded to occupy the theater’s land.
Any news on the Wheaton Grand? I went by this weekend and it looks like someone has been working inside the building.
The mall and theater have been demolished. There is just an empty lot now. The Jewel/Osco next door to the mall is still there.
The empty Foxfield Theater building is still there with all of its signage still intact.
This building must have been demolished. The Cicero Recovery Club is at 5215 W. 25th Street. The GreenChoice Bank (which looks like a new building) is at 5225 W. 25th Street. Between these two buildings is a parking lot.
I just posted a photo that I took in May 2010. At that time, the building housed The Blue Door (homemade goods by local artists).
I just posted a photo that I took in May 2010. At that time, the building housed Abe’s Old Hat Antiques and Gifts.
This mural was painted on a wall near the old Mars Theatre.
The address listed above must be incorrect. 13115 is the Cyprus Long Bar and is across the street. The Opera House should be an even number.
This cinema was still open on the day that I took the photo (8/7/11).
This building is currently an electronics store (the entrance is on the left side of the building).
The Tee Pee Supper Club website which includes a small photo: