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December 28, 1987 | DANA NICHOLS, Times Staff Writer
The Grand Lake Theatre, a landmark here since 1926, is one of the last American movie palaces with its original proscenium still operating and in one piece. With its illuminated dome, Corinthian columns, arches, murals and cove lighting, the Grand Lake is more than just a well-preserved relic of the past glory of America's movie palaces.
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October 26, 2012 | By Bob Pool, Los Angeles Times
It's time for a retake after 100 years in downtown Los Angeles. The historic Tower movie theater at the corner of South Broadway and 8th Street is poised to get a dramatic new lease on life - this time as a concert venue with an indoor-outdoor bar and coffee house along 8th Street and a plush basement nightclub-style bar on the Broadway side. The renovation will cost several million dollars and will take about a year and half, said Shahram Delijani, whose family owns the Tower and three other South Broadway theaters.
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