Wed, Aug 25, 2010 -- 10:00 AM
Endangered CinemasDownload audio (MP3)
This week, The Clay theater in San Francisco's Pacific Heights became the latest neighborhood movie theater to announce it would go dark. We'll find out about the fight to save the city's remaining historic single-screen theaters. Also, we'll look back at the golden age of movie palaces in the Bay Area.
Host: Michael Krasny
- Alfonso Felder, board member for San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation
- Gary Meyer, owner of Balboa Theater in San Francisco
- Graham Leggat, executive director of San Francisco Film Society
- Katherine Petrin, architectural historian with Architectural Resources Group
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