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Taylor Burton July 9, 2013 at 01:49 pm
I would also like to mention that if you can't get enough singing along to Grease, it's coming toRead More the Hollywood Bowl! http://hbowl.com/Grease2013 I work with LA Phil and the sing alongs are always my favorite part of the summer. :)
Ronald boccoleri June 18, 2013 at 03:42 pm
Are you sure of the date and day of the free concert on the plaza
Emily Henry June 18, 2013 at 03:55 pm
Yes, Ronald. It used to be on Fridays but it's Thursdays this year.Read More http://www.shopdowntownpleasanthill.com/events/
robert ruiz May 4, 2013 at 08:24 am
I love this! My mom always told me how she wish she'd seen ALIEN (her favorite sci-fi movie) inRead More theater... I am taking her, PLEASE make this a regular event...Maybe some GODZILLA movies, or original Monster movies like Frankenstein, The Creature from the black lagoon, The Mummy, War of the Worlds!
Darcy April 22, 2013 at 03:27 pm
Ballys could be a lovely dinner house. The starcade could be a small beer and wine venue. Or coffeeRead More house. This Dome seats as many as the Leasher Theater, that cost 21 million to build. We have ample free Parking, free way access and Bart. We have here in the middle of Contra Costa County a cultural icon. What a venue to be shared by the entire community! Seniors and college alike. We have what Lafayette can't! I have talked to thousand of people who travel here from Rio Vista and Piedmont weekly to eat and see a movie! They shop and spend there money here- if the Dome goes so will they! The city has 35 sporting goods stores within 8 miles of the Dome. I have seen the list. The seniors of this community, including Walnut Manor had no knowledge of loosing their Dome. They walk weekly to the movies. When they asked me what was going to be built, I said a Dicks Sporting goods store. She was 88, and said " honey I should walk over and buy a gun". I don't think the city, the developer realize the void they will leave in the hearts of this community ...... If you don't live here you can't possibly understand how we cherish our very last icon left from our past! If you demolish it we will be nothing box retail stores........ We would go live in Emerville! Please excuse the typos from my phone.
Jesse Skeen April 26, 2013 at 07:35 pm
Wanted to make it out to this but wasn't able to. However I have heard this showing was simply aRead More Blu-Ray disc, letterboxed on the theater's screen with masking set to 1.85, rather than a proper digital "DCP" or film print. Very sad, considering this theater at least used to be capable of showing 70mm film.
AbdulHakeem Montes April 29, 2013 at 05:57 pm
The “Save the Dome” group/board has unilaterally decided to remove people from theRead More planning group without their consent nor notification. They are acting just as forceful and unapologetic as SyWest in their practices of disallowing community member participation. What happened to principles?
B.J. Britton April 16, 2013 at 03:49 pm
If the Dome has to be demolished, let it rest in pieces. No memorial will take away its loss andRead More will mean nothing in a few years. What we need is a new Cine-Arts art film theater, and maybe then, and only then, a mural of the Dome to memorialize it would perhaps be appropriate.
Glen Simmons April 17, 2013 at 01:13 am
If the City is stupid enough to demo the dome there is no reason to "remember" it with aRead More stupid memorial. As one speaker said at the Planning Commission, we don't want a tombstone, we want the Dome.
Matt Lovett May 5, 2013 at 06:47 pm
The city creating a memorial to the dome is like the prison warden sending flowers to the family ofRead More the executed prisoner.
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