Title

"Edge" piece on the Keystone Theatre Cafe in Portland, which has tailored its pr

Authors

Connie Pacillo

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

12-3-1998

Pages

20, 21

Abstract

"Edge" piece on the Keystone Theatre Cafe in Portland, which has tailored its programming to local interests in order to survive. The nearby Nickelodeon, under new management, recently began charging $1 for the same kind of second-run movies Keystone offered for $5. Still, Jim Flanagan, who with partner Bill Allen owns the Keystone, said he is posting a huge increase in sales because he is now booking independent and Maine-made films, has modified the schedule to accomodate the Peaks Island ferry, and offers noncelluloid entertainment such as Halloween seances.

Subjects

Theaters -- Portland -- Keystone Theatre Cafe

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