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By Matt Artz
Wednesday, May 27th, 2009 at 8:12 am in Centerville, Uncategorized.

Live from the Olympic Peninsula:

I don’t know if this story made the Argus, but the temporary demise of the Cerrito Theater does impact Fremont. El Cerrito’s redevelopment agency put a lot of money into rehabbing the theater and then signed a deal to with a company to operate it as a food and film venue — exactly what a consultant recommended Fremont do with the Center Theater..

But the operators of the El Cerrito went belly up, and now the theater is closed until the city can find a new operator.

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  • Andy

    Few things that are different in Fremont :
    1. Oakland has many other theatres
    2. Fremont’s higher average household income
    3. Absence of decent alternate entertainment venues in Fremont