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The sign was severely damaged last year by a large vehicle. They have restored it and it looks good as new.
Thank you for the info. By chance, do you have any old photos? Did the outside have that streamline neon signage?
Anyone know the status on the restoration, or have plans stalled?
Is it open for business yet?
Anyone know that status?
Anyone know the status of this theatre?
Does anyone have an old photo of this theater? Did it ever have a nice neon marquee?
An April 2014 photo can be seen here.
This theatre opened in 1914 as the Alhambra. In 2013, the name changed back to the Alhambra.
A March 2012 photo can be seen here.
A March 2014 photo can be seen here.
Are there any plans to reopen? And do you mean a digital video projector?
A few January 2014 photos can be seen here, here and here.
That’s awesome! I can’t wait to be able to photograph this one!
A July 4, 2010 photo can be seen here.
A few 2011 photos can be seen here and here, with a November 2013 photo here.
A few November 2013 photos can be seen here and here, and a 2011 photo is here.
An October 2010 photo can be seen here. October 2013 Photos can be seen here, here and here.
An October 2013 photo can be seen here.
A few October 2013 photos can be seen here.
A few October 2013 photos can be seen here and here.
Not yet, but it’s certainly on my to-do list.
Yep. The Arlene Snitzer Concert hall is left. A large building with a theater replaced the Broadway (also called the Broadway with a unique sign), but it seems to have gone out of business. And where the fox was is a new building with a Regal Theater in it, called the Fox Tower.
Well then I guess I look forward to shooting what’s left…