Renovations In a Comedy Club Uncover Incredible Lost History

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Famous From the Start

In 1913, the Palace Theater opened its doors to the public. At the time, admission was just one dime! They were a popular spot to catch a silent film and even had their own pianist to go along with the movie. Sadly, the theater couldn't adapt to the changing times...

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Closing Its Doors

In 1928, the theater closed its doors, which happened quite often throughout the next few decades of its existence. It reopened and closed many times under different owners. It even went through different eras of business in an attempt to keep up with the trends. It finally settled as a comedy club after it was reopened in the 2000s.

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