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For the Circle, The End.

Theater from another time dark for good

As manager Jim Brink worked the final showing at Circle Cinemas last Sunday, Tim and Anna O'Sullivan of Chestnut Hill decided what movie they’d see. As manager Jim Brink worked the final showing at Circle Cinemas last Sunday, Tim and Anna O'Sullivan of Chestnut Hill decided what movie they’d see. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee)
By Sol Israel
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2008

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It seemed like a normal, if slow, Sunday night for an aging movie theater. In the lobby, scattered groups of sweatshirt-clad college students and couples of all ages milled by the concession stand at Circle Cinemas, straddling the Brookline-Brighton line. But the boisterous group of Boston College students prowling for abandoned movie posters - and the subdued, impromptu game of ... (Full article: 790 words)

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