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Nicole Englehart and her Cinema de Lux co-workers in Millbury offer personal service and high-end amenities.

Hold the popcorn, pass the cocktails

With market slipping, cinemas try to create new experience

By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / July 17, 2005

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MILLBURY -- A baby grand piano greets patrons in the lobby. Ushers lead moviegoers to reserved seats and bring them food. Others sip wine and ''Titanic" cocktails, watch baseball on plasma televisions, and spread out on leather chairs with newspapers. (Full article: 1103 words)

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