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Grand Opening ad for November 24, 1937, is in photo section with an ad by architects Liebenberg & Kaplan.
From the San Diego Union:
Originally opened in 1945; Operated by Mann Theatres since 1973; Closed November 3, 1987.
The Grand Opening ad for December 3, 1936, is now in the photo section.
Edwards Stadium 15 at the Promenade Mall opened October 29 1999, and became under Regal Entertainment Group in 2001.
Opened November 2, 2012, in the renovated Robinsons-May building.
From the San Diego Union:
The Vineyard Twin opened in 1974, closed in 1999 by Edwards
The UA Del Norte Plaza 8 opened in 1985, as noted above, Later an Edwards Theatre, it closed in April 2001
Edwards Theatres Carousel Cinema 6 opened May 18, 1984. Closed in 2000, and yes, it was demolished in 2002
Perkowitz + Ruth Architects designed this for Krikorian Theatres
The Parkway Three closed in September 1990.
Joe, comparing the 1908 Sanborn Maps to the 1942 Maps it appears by 1942 407 Atwood became 2144 Atwood Avenue, where Wilson’s Bar and Grill is today. (the addresses were even switched from odd to even)
From Madison State Journal Sept 24, 1923: “The old Royal Theatre will soon be entirely remodeled into a modern store”.
According to the Jefferson Bee, the Howard Theatre opened as the State Theatre October 19, 1927.
Reopened as the Howard Theatre April 2, 1936, in a remodeling designed by Liebenberg and Kaplan.
Both ads are in the photo section
February 1931: Remodeling designed by Liebenberg and Kaplan.
July 29,1972: Building razed for a parking lot.
Opened in 2000 and designed by Perkowitz + Ruth Architects,
Opened December 11,1998, originally with 3,500 seats
Reading Cinemas Town Square opened by Pacific Theatres May 22, 1997 and taken over by Reading Cinemas in 2008
That opening would be Sept 17, 1999.
An ad and photograph for the opening after a remodeling of the Iowa Theatre March 28, 1931, is now in the photo section. Liebenberg & Kaplan, the architects, also placed a congratulatory ad.
Architects Liebenberg & Kaplan also placed a congratulatory ad for the October 1929 reopening. See photo section.
Later operated by CinemaStar. Closed in July 2000.
Originally opened May 7, 1993, by Nickelodeon. Opened by AMC Theatres September 5, 2014.
The location today would be 329 North Main in the Town Center building
According to the Austin Daily Herald (Nov. 25, 1950), the Cozy was at 329 Main Street (between 2nd and 3rd). On April 12, 1911 it opened as the Unique Theatre and later became Cozy. Mill Street in the photo is now 3rd avenue.
Sanborn Maps 1917 show an unnamed theatre there
On the closing day of the Broadway Twin January 17, 1988, the Tribune published a history of the theatre. That story is now in the photo section.
Also a news clip for the remodeling and “streamlining”, which opened October 19,1951. Mr. Liebenberg gives his comments and description including ”The theater could handle television programs”.
Originally opened by Pacific Theatres July 30, 1993, and designed by SGPA Architects. It closed in April 2015 for the conversion into the Angelika format and reopened October 9, 2015.