City considers restoring DeKalb Theatre sign
DeKALB – Brendon Gallagher looks back fondly on his time at the DeKalb Theatre.
Dubbed the “Theatre of Tomorrow” when it was built in 1948, Gallagher remembers seeing a James Bond movie with his dad when he was a kid and looking at the black-and-white photos of Clark Gable and Betty Davis hanging on its walls.
The theater is long gone, but the DeKalb sign and its marquee are still intact. Now, as the 4th Ward alderman on the DeKalb City Council, Gallagher is pushing to have the sign restored using tax increment financing money.
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