Really too bad. It's not so much because it was a landmark of Franklin street, but mostly because it was one of the only places where you could see something else than the crappy movies you see everywhere. Hope the Chelsea will survive (with a better sound system than now though!), otherwise, we'll have to go up to Cary (Galaxy) to see something interesting. “It seems that the college audience has become less and less interested in specialty films over the years": students, please stop conformism and mass consumption and preserve your cultural diversity!
Wrong is wrong. Furthermore, you seem insensitive to these children and their feelings. Let's hope you don't work in the school system anymore.
Actually there have been other incidents since this one. There have been too many since then. You just haven't heard it in the news and you shouldn't assume that kids feel safe. This issue is serious. Have you thought about how the children who weren't involved in this fight may feel now? Do you know the effects of being generalized and targeted. It doesn't sound like it. Get Real.
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