328 Jackson Street,
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Yes Cinema (Official)
Functions: Live Performances, Movies (First Run), Movies (Foreign), Movies (Independent)
Previous Names: Key Cinemas
The Key Cinemas opened on November 28, 2003. It was closed in 2004. It was reopened as the Yes Cinema on December 22, 2004. It is a multipurpose theatre and they play first run, independent, foreign films and it is also used for live performances for comedy and as a conference center.
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Google Maps is REALLY wrong about this one. It maps to Columbus, OHIO, not Columbus, INDIANA! The Google map shows this on the Ohio State University campus. Don’t have any idea about how to fix this one!
Yeah, I suppose this is a Google Maps problem and not yours per se, but is there any way to notify them that their algorithm is screwing up this particular location?
I’ve reported this through the Google Map system. I’ve had success before getting things corrected…we’ll see if this works.
I worked one evening helping out at the Commons Cinemas when they were still operated by Kerasotes. That location was definitely an old GCC house. The Yes Cinema, however, was operating in a different location in the mall. I don’t know if the Yes moved to the old Kerasotes/GCC site after Kerasotes closed; if not, these two locations are not the same.
opened as Key Cinemas on November 28th, 2003 and closed in 2004. Reopened as Yes Cinema on December 22nd, 2004. Both grand opening ads in the photo section for this cinema.
Courthouse Cinema was tore down when the mall that housed it was rennovated/rebuilt. Yes Cinema (formerly Key Cinema) was in a different location of the mall, I believe built inside the old Osco Drug that was in the mall. Yes Cinema survived the renovation/rebuild and is now in a standalone location, whereas you used to access it through the mall.
The small map still shows the center of the Ohio State campus.
Website shows address as 328 Jackson Street,Columbus, IN 47201
Opened as Key Cinemas with “Spellbound”, “American splendor” and “Dirty pretty things”. Opened as Yes Cinema with “White christmas” and “The motorcycle diaries”.
Odd name!! Is it located next to No Cinema(lol!!)?