389 Stone Avenue,
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Named for the avenue on which it was situated, the Stone Theatre was opened in 1920, and operated for most of its life by the Randforce Circuit, though it was briefly part of William Fox’s empire during his buying spree in the late-1920’s. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer 2 manual 9 ranks organ.
It should be noted that Stone Avenue is now known as Mother Gaston Boulevard. The Stone Theatre is in the block between Pitkin Avenue and Belmont Avenue. That’s the Brownsville-East New York section of Brooklyn.
It was closed in 1966, and was converted into a supermarket in 1967, the the facade modified. It became a Pioneer supermarket and by 2017 is a Cherry Valley supermarket.
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