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Now functions as a respite center for special needs families.
Only live venues listed on website. No movies scheduled.
Website shows all live venues. No films scheduled.
I started watching movies in theatres in the 40s. I remember those old seats and not fondly. Stadium seating was a big improvement. Now, the recliners are here and I love them. Comfortable, adjustable, good sight lines, reserved. What’s not to like?
Now operated by New Vision Theatres: Website: http://www.newvisiontheatres.com/index.html
Now called Ovation Cinema Grill and operated by New Vision Theatres.
Updated website link: https://www.harborshowtimes.com/
Both auditoriums now have a limited number of reserved leather recliners for an additional charge of $2.00 with free popcorn and free refills on drinks. Movies showing are all mainstream first release films.
Status should be closed.
I don’t believe that these pop-up locations should be listed. They only exist for a short time like food trucks.
Closed due to mall redevelopment .
Nice website. Thanks.
Function should be salon.
This theatre is closed. Phone disconnected, no listings on the web, Facebook page not updated for over a year.
If the theatre has been designed from the ground up for recliners, then OK. Not only are they comfortable, I personally like the reserved seating. I buy my tickets on line and select the seats and just show up.
Now reopened on a weekly basis. Showing films on DVD until a digital system can be installed.
Now called Regal Tara Cinemas 4 Operated by Regal Entertainment.
HDEngineer. Why don’t you try the phone# on the side of the building that appears in Street View? 813-205-2028. The picture was taken in March 2015.
Updated website link: http://www.theportagetheater.com/
Also home to the Capitol Cinema.
Their clients may have been. These ladies were engaged in what is referred to as: “The world’s oldest profession.”
The building still stands. Now known as the Midwest Apartments, offering subsidized low to moderate income rental units. When I worked in the neighborhood in the ‘50s, the Midwest was an SRO hotel with long-term guests. These included a number of professional ladies who would meet their clients upstairs for services.
No website but has a Facebook page: