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It was just a few days ago that the news broke that the Vinegar Hill Theatre in Charlottesville, Virginia was closing, effective October 30, 2008. The Hook is now reporting that the theater will reopen on November 14, 2008 under the management of Adam Greenbaum, owner of Visulite Cinemas in Staunton:
"We're really going to try to focus on Charlottesville and outreach to the University, [and] hold discussions," says Greenbaum. "It's time-consuming, but I think it makes a huge difference." In the long term,
Greenbaum hopes to make "serious upgrades to the seating and facility and really bring it up."
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