Grand Opening: A New York City Drive-In

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One of the reasons people can live in smaller spaces when they live in cities is there is so much to do. Why have a media room and a big screen when there are theatres and places to go? Not only that, in the city, your experiences keep changing. The artists who run Grand Opening, Manhattan's only drive in cinema, used to run a ping-pong table in the space; now they have parked a 1965 Ford Falcon convertible and are showing films from 1960 to the present, in chronological order. Fabulous curating of films; today they are in 1968, showing The Odd Couple, 2001: A Space Odyssey and the Producers. Book online (seats six, cozy in a Fairlane) at ::Grand Opening via ::The Cool Hunter via ::PSFK

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