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This is listed on Regal’s website as the UA Farmingdale Stadium 10. The chain should be changed to Regal Entertainment Group.
The Regal website lists this as the Regal Transit Center Stadium 18 & IMAX. Function should be movies (first-run).
Now listed on the Regal website as the Regal Salmon Run Stadium 12. The chain is Regal Entertainment Group, not Regal Cinemas.
Currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Quaker Crossing Stadium 18
Now listed on the Regal website as the Regal New Roc Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX.
This theater is listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Greece Ridge Stadium 12. They list the city as Rochester. Also, chain should be Regal Entertainment Group, not Regal Cinemas.
This theater is currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Galleria Mall Stadium 16. Also, chain needs to updated to Regal Entertainment Group rather than Regal Cinemas.
This theater is currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Fishkill 10. Also, the address should be updated to 18 Westgate Business Center, Fishkill, NY 12524.
The theater is currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 & RPX.
Currently listed on the Regal website as the Regal Destiny USA Stadium 19 IMAX & RPX. Also the chain should be Regal Entertainment Group not Regal Cinemas.
This theater is currently listed on the Regal website as the Regal Culver Ridge Plaza 16 and has the city as East Rochester, NY
Currently listed on the Regal website as the Regal Clifton Park Stadium 10.
Now listed on the Regal website as the Regal Champlain Centre Stadium 8.
Currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Binghamton Stadium 12.
This theater is now listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Aviation Mall 7.
Currently listed on AMC’s website as the AMC Classic Galesburg 8.
Currently listed on AMC’s website as the AMC Palisades 21.
Now listed as the AMC Dine-In Levittown 10 on AMC’s website.
The Virginia Theater was opened in 1930, by Frank W. Kaiser. It sat around 250. The building was originally built in 1888 as offices for the Chatsworth Plaindealer newspaper. A fire heavily damaged the theater in 1946, but it was rebuilt and reopened the same year, with seating for 330. The theater closed in the mid-60s but reopened in 1969 for weekends only. The theater closed permanently by the late 70s. It later housed a florist, then a woodworking shop and finally a gift shop before sitting vacant for many years. It is currently being renovated to house a community center which is expected to open in 2019. The address is 404 E. Locust Street.
The remains of the Echo Theater now housing the post office could be in danger of being torn down for redevelopment along with a number of other buildings along Lee Street and Ellinwood Avenue, according to this article in the Journal dated March 7th:
Currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal Round Lake Beach Stadium 18.
Currently listed on Regal’s website as the Regal St. Louis Stadium 18 & IMAX
Now listed on the Regal website as the Regal O'Fallon Stadium 14.
Now listed on the Regal website as the Regal Gravois Bluffs Stadium 12.