An unusual confluence October 31, 2006Posted by Ron Warnick in Events, Movies, Theaters.
Johnny Mango at the Duke City Fix collective blog reports that Albuquerque’s historic Lobo Theater at 3007 Central Ave. NE, aka Route 66, is hosting a 7 p.m. Saturday screening of “Iraq for Sale,” a documentary about the corporate profiteering of the Iraq War and its effect on the people who are involved in it.
That in itself isn’t all that unusual. What is unusual is that the Lobo Theater is owned by a church called City on a Hill.
Mango’s analysis of the situation is thoughtful and provocative. Read it.