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Just added a couple pictures to the photo section of this page that I took of the outside of the theater last week when I was visiting Paducah.
The theater closed in 2020 during the pandemic and was demolished this month, to be replaced by apartments.
Being reopened by Landmark Theatres as Landmark At The Glen on November 18th.
The former Park Theater was destroyed by a fire on September 20th.
Also an AKA for this theater’s name should be added of Park Art.
According to the Mayor of West Chicago’s state of the city address last month, building permits were issued for a lift station at Cascade Drive-In.
Marcus is converting one of the auditoriums here into a sports bar called The Wall.
In 1919 the Fiume Café (later Club) opened in the former Washington Theater. It was still in operation at least into the late 20s.
The McHenry Downtown Theater closed in January of 2022. It will be opening next month as mixed-use live venue called The Vixen offering stand-up comedy, live music, bingo and other live entertainment (as well as two bar areas).
That’s odd, last week the AMC website listed it as “Now Open”. Must’ve been a delay.
It is now known as the AMC Newcity 14 not the Chicago 14.
This theater is now open, and listed on AMC’s website as the AMC Newcity 14:
The photo above is the LaSalle Opera House (later LaSalle Theatre) at 110 W. Madison St in the Loop, not the 152 (former LaSalle) Theater at 152 W. Division St.
This is the LaSalle Opera House (later LaSalle Theatre) at 110 W. Madison St in the Loop, not the 152 (former LaSalle) Theater at 152 W. Division St.
From an advertisement in a 1917 cookbook put out by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lombard:
“THE PARKSIDE is a Lombard institution, for the recreation of Lombard people.
THE BEST in photoplays may always be seen at THE PARKSIDE.
OUR AIM: GOOD CLEAN AMUSEMENT FOR YOUNG AND OLD."
In the Chicago Tribune the City appears in movie theater listings until 1950, by 1956 an electronics store is listed at this address.
This theater was still open by September of 1925, in an ad in the Chicago Tribune it’s listed as a theater playing movies from Paramount Pictures.
Wire closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic and never reopened. The building was recently for sale.
This venue has been closed at least since last year.
The former iPic at the Arboretum of South Barrington is being reopened this spring by Star Cinema Grill which has also acquired iPic’s former Bolingbrook location as well.
Another article that doesn’t require a subscription to view (also it’s not open yet, it says opening in spring):
This doesn’t come up in searches with the space in between the La and Salle. Also, it should be listed as being located in the Loop with the other Loop theaters.
West Chicago pushes back the hearing about reopening the Cascade back to November: https://www.dailyherald.com/news/20201007/west-chicago-reschedules-hearing-on-cascade-drive-in-reopening-plan
The opening of the theater has been pushed back to October or later: