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1. 'Cinemental Journeys' Takes Readers Through Movie Houses of Yesteryear 'Cinemental Journeys' Takes Readers Through Movie Houses of Yesteryear December 13, 2006 Mike and Vicki Walker have written a book which explores nostalgic theaters still operating in the Midwest. The book covers the states of Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa. Two that are mentioned from...

2. A Cinematic Gem A Cinematic Gem December 8, 2013 Article focuses upon the history of the Plaza Grill & Cinema in Ottawa, Kansas. The theater's owner, Rita (Peach) Madl, is interviewed. Madl describes the process by which she discovered that the Plaza...

3. A Movie Theater With Small-Town Charm A Movie Theater With Small-Town Charm July 11, 2010 Short article about the Rio Theatre in downtown Overland Park and its owners. Includes many color photographs of interior and exterior.

4. AMC Develops New Theater Co-Star: Food AMC Develops New Theater Co-Star: Food March 4-10, 2011 Article about the new concepts AMC Entertainment Inc. is trying to increase sales at the concession stands, like their expansion of restaurant-style Cinema Suites and the convenience store presentation...

5. AMC Entertainment AMC Entertainment 1985-1994 Newspaper clippings on the AMC Entertainment movie theater company founded and based in Kansas City by the late Stan Durwood.

6. AMC May be Coming Attraction for P & L District AMC May be Coming Attraction for P & L District July 8-14, 2005 Article discusses possibility of AMC locating a theater complex in the new Entertainment District, possibly in the Empire Theater.

7. Apocalypse Drive-In Apocalypse Drive-In September 5-11, 2013 Article documents the struggles of the I-70 Drive-in and the Midway Drive-in, two area drive-in theaters that have not been able to convert to digital projectors. SPECO, a company that was based in Kansas...

8. Blaze Destroys Old Ballroom: Midtown Building, Opened in 1913, Was in Renovation Blaze Destroys Old Ballroom: Midtown Building, Opened in 1913, Was in Renovation October/27/2001 Photos and article about the fire destroying the Monaco Ballroom, a former movie theater being restored at 31st and Cherry Streets. Built in 1913 as the Gillham Theater ("a movie palace") "by Cleveland...

9. Colonial Theater Colonial Theater December/5/1926 Article about the renovation of the 1909 "neighborhood amusement place" and "nickel show" theater at 39th and Woodland Avenues into a motion picture theater.

10. Colonial Theater Colonial Theater February/21/1938 Article reporting the fire that destroyed the cinema at 3838 Woodland Avenue, witnessed by about 600 spectators.

11. Deaths: Stephen L. Potter Deaths: Stephen L. Potter May/11/1960 Photo and obituary for Stephen Potter, "67, formerly of Kansas City" in the 1930s-1940s. Native of Marshall, Missouri coming to Kansas City as a "partner with his brother, C. H. Porter, in operating five...

12. Drive-in Survives the Passing of Time Drive-in Survives the Passing of Time March 5, 2006 Article discusses the I-70 Drive-In, "one of only three drive-ins remaining in Kansas City". Although drive-in movie theaters are almost a thing of the past, they still attract a stalwart group of fans....

13. End of the Empire--Longtime Downtown Theater Closed End of the Empire--Longtime Downtown Theater Closed October 25, 1985 The Empire Theater at 1400 Main Street, which began as a vaudeville house in 1921 and was the last move house within the Downtown loop, has closed.

14. Fallen Star Fallen Star July 11-17, 2013 Article focuses upon the demolition of the Orion Pictures Building that was located on the corner of 17th Street and Wyandotte. Advocates of the Crossroads neighborhood and preservationists are interviewed...

15. Glenwood Theatre Sign Glenwood Theatre Sign August 13, 2007 The Glenwood Theatre sign is currently up at the Metcalf South Shopping Center. However, the center is due in the future to be made over. Theater co-owner Wade Williams says the sign will migrate to the...

16. Historic KCK Structure will host Spanish Movies Historic KCK Structure will host Spanish Movies June 29-July 5, 2006 Article about the opening of a restored "Spanish-themed" theater at 1019 Minnesota Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas. The Granada, owned by the Screenland Theater group, will feature Spanish-language films...

17. KC Public Library Offers a Film Vault to Bank On KC Public Library Offers a Film Vault to Bank On May 23, 2007 The newly renovated Stanley H. Durwood Film Vault, located in the Central library of the Kansas City Public Library, will debut May 23, 2007. The state-of-the-art mini-theater is located in the large vault...

18. Knight in Shining Armour Knight in Shining Armour December 9, 2007 Butch Rigby has decided to use a red art deco look for the interior of his Screenland Armour Theater which he is renovating at a cost of $1.4 million. The theater is located at 408 Armour Road in North...

19. Last Curtain to Fall at Two Landmarks in City's Theaters Last Curtain to Fall at Two Landmarks in City's Theaters May/3/1970 Article about the closing of "the Isis theater, 3102 Troost avenue, and the Granada theater, 1015 Minnesota avenue, Kansas City, Kansas." Description of the history of both movie theaters and the various...

20. Liberty: Beauty in a Theater Liberty: Beauty in a Theater July/10/1918 Full page ad for the new Liberty Theater at 11th and Main Streets, with illustrations. Name changed after World War II to Roxy Theater.