Theater recognizes 40th anniversary of Save the Fo...
by Nicole Dow
12:27 PM, Wednesday, October 01
In 1974, the Fox Theatre in Midtown was in danger of being torn down due to economic woes.  With an impending sale of the property to utility Southern Bell, the theater, which opened in 1929, was going to be razed to make room for an office buildi...

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