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Del Mar Pass
Mort's Lifetime Pass to the Del Mar Theater

 

 

 

 

Excerpts from Striking Through the Masks
P. 520

But my undertakings in the 1990s were more far-reaching than my work
at Cabrillo. Although on the periphery, over the years I had taken part in various community projects involving the arts or political and environmental issues. In a small way, I also aided in the purchase of the Del Mar theater, the old “dream palace” movie house downtown, by the City of Santa Cruz.

P. 560

Also in 1999, I began my stint as cohost of a television film review show called “Cinema Scene,” which I continue to do at this writing. That same year I was asked to lead a twice-monthly discussion group at the Nickelodeon Theater in Santa Cruz, which also continues to this day.



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