The Cinerama movie theater opened in 1963, eventually fell into disrepair, and then was restored to its former glory and stocked with movie memorabilia in the late 1990s. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
The Cinerama movie theater opened in 1963, eventually fell into disrepair, and then was restored to its former glory. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
Entertainment

Vulcan to close its Arts + Entertainment division, which includes Cinerama and Seattle Art Fair

Vulcan on Wednesday said it is closing its Arts + Entertainment division, as well as its filmmaking entity, Vulcan Productions, by the end of the year. Cinerama was closed for renovations and Vulcan says it will remain closed for now, while the fate of the Seattle Art Fair is undecided.  VIEW Updated

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