207 East Grand Avenue,
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Opened in 1921 as the Kinema. The building had a wide facade and two retail businesses flanked the recessed entrance, one being a shoe shop. The facade was a plainly decorated stucco front suggestive of a Native American/Spanish Colonial motif.
The theater was renamed the Pala (for the nearby Pala Indian reservation) in 1935. By 1938, the building was converted to a bowling alley. If the building is still there, it’s present use is unknown.
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