The property that housed the Red Vic Movie House on Haight Street in San Francisco could become a space to go for drinks and for food startups to grow.An owner of the building tells the blog Tablehopper about the plans for the Red Vic, which shuttered this year after 31 years of being in business. Read More
Before the credits roll on San Francisco’s iconic Red Vic Movie House, the theater will host two final sold-out shows this evening.On its 31st and last birthday, the Haight Street independent cinema has chosen to mark its closing with an apropos 1970s black comedy that toys with death. Read More
The Red Vic Movie House, the landmark theater that helped bring a revival to the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in the early ’80s, will shut its doors for good July 25, its 31st birthday.
The last showing? “Harold and Maude.”
“It’s kind of the perfect movie. Maude makes the decision there is a time to end,” said Betsy Rix, one of the original founders who owns the building with her husband, Jack. “Harold goes on to do great things ... we think. I’m sure he does.” Read More
The Castro Theatre doesn’t plan to run shows on Mondays and Tuesdays for at least the next month, but managers and owners say although it’s a cost-cutting measure, the shorter weeks aren’t indicative of serious financial struggles. Read More