First drive-in theater doodle and the DIY drive-in movie revival (+video)
“Our goal is to bring back the outdoor family movie experience by echoing the nostalgic feel of the drive-in movie theater, which was invented in New Jersey,” said Shore Flicks owner TJ Brustowicz. While audiences enjoy the movies, each movie night
By Editor on June 6, 2012 in News Google's celebration of the 79 th anniversary of the drive-in movie theater reminds us of the one in our own backyard—back in business after the screen went dark nearly 20 years ago. The newly opened West Wind Santa
It was on June 6, 1933 — somewhere in New Jersey — the first drive-in movie theater opened. Most of New Jersey has always been relegated to stepchild status when compared with neighboring New York City. But if you consider this contribution,
Those who have been to Google today will notice the nifty drive-in theater animation. That is because today is the anniversary of the very first drive-in theater opening in New Jersey on June 6, 1933. Drive-in theaters aren't as
Kids these days would never think of needing a lawn chair, a cooler and a couple of blankets to watch a movie in the back of a pickup truck, but that's.