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People's thoughts on The Roxy Theatre?

 
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I have never been but these film showings coming up look pretty damn good. Especially Citizen Koch. What are your experiences with this theatre? Good? Grungy? I can't tell what it would be like!

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Well, back in 2013, this post in the organic restaurant thread caught my eye:

Chris Sand wrote:The Roxy Theater (718 S. Higgins) serves organic/GMO free popcorn.

1. They use only Lifeline organic butter (from Victor, MT).
2. Organic safflower oil (and Endangered Species chocolate bars) from the Missoula Food Co-op.
3. Their organic popcorn kernals are bought at The Good Food Store.

Please support The Roxy: "Missoula's Community Cinema"!


I still haven't been myself, though I know a couple who goes regularly. They say about half of the movies are very good, and about half are not so good in their opinion.
 
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This week, there is a special movie on Wednesday at the Roxy.

Wednesday, 6/25 (2014). The Sustainable Business Council is hosting "Fresh!" This film celebrates the farmers, workers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system, and focuses on the positive solutions to our food system problems.

Date: 6/25/14
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Roxy Theater
Tickets: $7, adults

Special thanks to sponsors Kettlehouse Brewing and Riversong Gourmet.

 
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