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- Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Kalamazoo
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- Cleveland Heights, OH: Regal Severance Town Center Stadium 14 Closed [3/20]
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- Queen Creek, AZ: Harkins Queen Creek 14 Opening March 19, 2015 [3/16]
- Los Angeles, CA: 9-Screen Cinemark Playa Vista and XD Now Open [3/13]
- Nicholasville, KY: AmStar 14 - Brannon Crossing to Become Movie Tavern Location in June 2015 [3/12]
- Lewiston, ME: Flagship Cinemas Closed [3/12]
The Rave Motion Pictures Cityplace 14 in Kalamazoo, Michigan closed November 25, 2012 according to an article on Mlive.com published November 21st:
Rave Cityplace 14 in downtown Kalamazoo will close permanently next Sunday, Nov. 25.
Signs on the theater's doors Saturday and a message on its answering machine say Rave will close permanently the evening of Nov. 25, instead of the January closing cited by officials earlier.
Click the Read link below to view the full article, as well some related news stories on that site. While the article does not provide an explanation for the theater's closure, it surely has to do with the recent sale of nearly every location owned by Rave Cinemas:
- Carmike to Acquire 16 Movie Theaters from Rave Reviews Cinemas in AL, FL, IN, IL, PA, TN, and TX [10/2/2012]
- Cinemark Buys 32 Rave Cinemas Locations [11/20/2012]
- AMC Purchasing Four Rave Cinemas [11/27/2012]
The Kalamazoo theater opened in 2006 and had 14 screens, seating a total of 2,900 customers. Another article on the same site originally published November 12th mentions that the property owner is looking for a new operator for the theater.
Moviegoers in Kalamazoo will need to visit one of the three nearby theaters to see movies on the big screen.
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