Picture Pub Pizza - Poof! 

The birth of the Cerrito led to the death of the Parkway. Now, a lawsuit may be the only way out.

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The Parkway's façade, meanwhile, has grown considerably less inviting. An accordion-like steel gate extends across the theater's front door. A series of ground-floor windows have been boarded up with what appears to be drywall. Numerous upper-floor windows contain signs reading, "Office for Lease." A single movie poster remains: Benjamin Button, out Christmas Day 2008. Yet all is not lost. The two large "PARKWAY" signs atop the building still radiate neon green light. They offer promise that the theater, currently the subject of ongoing negotiations for a new operator, will follow the Cerrito's lead and rise from the direst of circumstances to shine again.

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