For the Circle, The End.
Theater from another time dark for good
It seemed like a normal, if slow, Sunday night for an aging movie theater. In the lobby, scattered groups of sweatshirt-clad college students and couples of all ages milled by the concession stand at Circle Cinemas, straddling the Brookline-Brighton line. But the boisterous group of Boston College students prowling for abandoned movie posters - and the subdued, impromptu game of ... (Full article: 790 words)
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