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The Stones

Did I have you fooled for a second?

My friend Amy and I spent last Friday night in an historic theatre in Pulaski County, Va.  Originally built in 1911, the… 87 more words


OKC: Tower Theater Lights are back

It’s hard to believe that Devon Tower was finished 4 years ago. Hard, no, impossible. It’s amazing how time flies. For those who track urban progress, these big-ticket projects often serve as benchmarks not just for the communities we love, but for our own lives. 321 more words

Saturday matinee anyone?

Harry Stilson loved the movies. Richmond theaters took his money several times a week and he faithfully recorded ticket expenses in his journal (Friday, March 5, 1919: “2 movies (rain) .25”) and sometimes the movie title (“Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Lubin”). 909 more words


Help Save the Eaton Theatre

UPDATE: The Eaton Theatre has met their $40,000 goal — ahead of schedule!! Congratulations to the Eaton Theatre!


I’ve lived in the small town of Charlotte, Michigan for almost four years. 331 more words


In it together

It’s on the road again for me today. I am off to meet one of our funders face-to-face at an event in Brooklyn. I’ll be taking the train, and by the time you read this I’ll probably already be back in Rome, fighting the good fight. 382 more words


A vacation, not a marathon

I didn’t always love spending my summer days inside a dark theater. Growing up, I liked to be outside much of the time, and found things to occupy my time in my brightly lit childhood home the rest of the time. 412 more words

Attitude And Perception