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Originally opened around 1909 as the Society Theatre, it was re-named Broadway Theatre in 1921 and remodeled in the 1940’s. The Broadway was the centerpiece of the Capitol Hill neighborhood in the early 20th century. People fought hard to keep this theater open. Alas, the efforts failed.
However, the memory of the Broadway remains. The outer facade of the building and the Broadway’s neon-lit marquee were preserved when the building became a Rite Aid drugstore in 1990. It’s kinda weird to drive past the Rite Aid. The traditional Rite Aid sign is mounted on the marquee with the word ‘BROADWAY’ above it.
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