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Milo Is Coming To The Patio Theater Next Month; Venue Calls Rental 'A Non-Political Decision'
Pencil This In: Free 'Blues Brothers' Screening At The Portage Theater
Classic Films (And Some Promise) Return To The Portage
The Portage Theater Set To Re-Open In June [UPDATE]
Eddie Carranza Fails To Pay Portage Theater Gas Bill, Insults Neighborhood
Carranza Seeking Operators For Portage, Congress Theaters
New Venue, Same Stellar Programming For Silent Summer Film Festival
The Show Must Go On: Portrait of Jason Will Screen At Music Box
Music Box Theatre To Pick Up Some Portage Theater Schedule
Portage Theater Closed Indefinitely
Eddie Carranza: I'll Run Portage Theater Myself
Silent Screen Legend Mary Pickford Feted With Portage, Music Box Screenings
The Portage Theater Has A New Operator, But That's All Carranza Will Say
Around Town: A Landmark
Despite Landmark Status, Tensions Remain Between Portage Theater Management, Carranza
Landmarks Commission Grants Portage Theater Landmark Status
Chicagoist's 10 Favorite Movie Palaces
Chicago Film Lovers In For Treats With Rare Screenings Of Black Silent 'Within Our Gates,' Spanish-language 'Dracula'
Chicagoist's Top Stories Of 2012: Drama At The Congress And Portage Theaters
Movie News: Chicago Film Critics Announce Nominees And It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Culkin
Congress Theater Owner Defaults On Loan
Last Minute Plans: The Massacre At The Portage Theater
Buñuel's Él A Midweek Must-See
Portage Theater Brings The "Video Nasty" To The Big Screen With Xtro