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The Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission just did a deep dive into history — its own.
The Huntridge Theater’s entertainment history is a lively one — Art Moderne movie theater, gritty punk rock palace — but its history with would-be saviors is a troubled one.
The historic Huntridge Theater in downtown Las Vegas is in the process of being sold.
The Las Vegas City Council approved a plan to facilitate the sale of the Huntridge Theater, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Las Vegas developer J Dapper will buy the rundown, historic theater from the current owners for $4 million.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A developer who grew up going to the Huntridge Theater is poised to get city approval to buy the shuttered former movie in central Las Vegas, renovate its damaged roof and convert it to an arts hub.
Officials with the city of Las Vegas say talks are underway to sell the Huntridge Theater near downtown Las Vegas.
The latest Huntridge Theater legal thriller isn’t playing out on the silver screen.
Not every new Roberto’s Taco Shop or a Capriotti’s sandwich restaurant gets a proclamation from the city of Las Vegas or a VIP groundbreaking.
A split state commission on historic preservation accepted a settlement Thursday of a lawsuit against the owner of the Huntridge Theater over upkeep of the shuttered Las Vegas landmark.
The state of Nevada and the owner of the Huntridge Theater are settling a lawsuit that complicated efforts to restore the east Charleston Boulevard landmark.
A Huntridge Theater exhibition highlights its history with stories and memorabilia.
Talks of restoring the Huntridge Theater to its former glory are still on the table.
Someone wants to buy the historic Huntridge Theater, one of the oldest buildings in downtown Las Vegas, a place that the state and the community has sunk millions into to preserve.
Nevada Public Radio has obtained a copy of a Facebook post to a closed group from Michael Cornthwaite, one of the main proponents of the efforts to restore the Huntridge Theater.
It was an ambitious idea that brought the community together. But a plan to buy and renovate the historic Huntridge Theater appears dead.
Las Vegas is known for, and sometimes even applauded for, its penchant for imploding the old to make way for the new.
The Huntridge Theater in Las Vegas is getting a chance at new life with the help of a million dollar grant. The Las Vegas Centennial Commission voted...