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March 20, 2014

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Joanne

I have fond childhood memories of the old Fox theater on Burlingame Ave.
And let's not forget what Apple did to the old Bank of America building!

hillsider

Apple are arseholes for what they did. Tearing that building down was unnecessary and when they are dead an gone we will be left with another ugly little glass box instead of a classic well built building with character. Jobs may have been smart but he was also an arse.

Linda Lees Dwyer

I give great credit to Liz McManus, Greystone West and the Burlingame administration for working so hard to maintain the design and integrity of the Burlingame high school theater when it was totally remodeled. It would have been so easy to just gut it and put in all new "stuff"--but they didn't do that and the theater is beautiful.

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