Lofty Visions 

The Loft Cinema celebrates its 40th birthday with a dynamic film festival and a brand-new screen

One day in the middle of October, Peggy Johnson was standing in a dusty former auto-repair shop just east of the Loft Cinema that was in the process of being transformed into a new movie theater. There was still plenty of work…

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