Armed with flyers and a letter from their attorney, projectionists form I.A.T.S.E. Local 169 picketed the Alameda Theater again last night less than a month after Theater management placed one of their members under citizen’s arrest for trespassing.
According to the East Bay Express, Mark Haskett is in the running to take over Oakland’s closed Parkway Theater. Readers may remember that Haskett was squeezed out of his Alameda Central Cinema location last year when the Alameda Theater and Cineplex opened.
ALAMEDA THEATRE & CINEPLEX presents VALENTINE’S ROCK An Evening of Live Music, Fine Wine & Gourmet Cuisine
On December 2nd, Alameda City Staff reported the sales tax figures for the three months ended June 30th, 2008, which include the first full quarter that the Alameda Civic Center Parking Structure was open, and the first partial quarter that the Alameda Theatre was open. For that quarter, the parking garage and theatre barely moved [...]
The return of James Bond to the Alameda Theatre also brought back a picket line from the projectionists union, I.A.T.S.E. Local 169.
The Alameda Theatre and Cineplex complex, renovated and opened in May of this year, continues to get bad reviews, even into late August and early September.
A photo survey by readers and submitted to Action Alameda News Blog shows that the Civic Center Parking Garage is much higher than the Twin Towers United Church, whereas during the planning for the garage, the City advertised that it would be no higher than the top of the towers of the church.
The posterboards [...]