316 W. Third Street,
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Opened in 1936, built with stadium style seating (an uncommon luxury for the time), the Grand Theater had a reputation, at least in the 1980’s, of being absolutely immaculate, even including such non-public areas as the theater’s basement and boiler room.
The man who kept it that way was supposedly named Wally Kemp.
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