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Once a milk-bottling plant, now a cozy single-room theater, Central Cinema is full of stories

If you look up in the lobby lounge at Central Cinema, you’ll get a sweet little hit of history. Light fixtures made from glass milk bottles dangle over the tables; a tribute, co-owner Kate Spitzer said, to the building’s roots. Originally built in the late 1920s as an auto dealership (you can still see the garage door), the business quickly failed with the start of the Depression and became Joe’s Dairy, a bottling plant, Spitzer said. The milk’s long gone, but the high ceilings, brick walls and faintly industrial feel of the space remains; it’s a building full of stories.

So it’s appropriate that this building, just a popcorn kernel’s throw from the busy intersection of 23rd and Union, is now in the storytelling business. Since 2005 — a lifetime in this quickly…

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