Rick points out this AJC article…
On Monday night, the Duluth City Council approved a short-term management agreement with Owen, enabling him to take over the oft-maligned Red Clay Theatre and turn it into an entertainment destination.
“I’m now a freelancer, I now have wings and I’m looking to fly to Duluth,” Owen told the council. “I’ve never ever experienced the infrastructure in place like it is here in Duluth.”
DM was the first to report Eddie’s move to Duluth, HERE.
Photo courtesy of Red Clay Theatre website
While many in Decatur pine for a historic theater, Duluth is knocking down theirs. From the AJC…
Duluth will knock down the oldest section of its prized Red Clay Theatre on Wednesday.
Almost a month after razing about 80 feet of the theater at Ga. 120 and Main Street, the city will demolish the 1908 portion of the city-owned brick building. Despite efforts to salvage the section, officials said there were too many structural issues at too high a cost to repair.
According to the article, another portion of the theater was knocked down last month in order “to widen GA 120 and increase the historic district’s visibility from Buford Highway.”
Perhaps this is all just to make way for that Continental Divide Ice Cream Parlor.