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The snack bar has been renovated a few times, most recently sporting a nautical theme, with the entire concession building painted blue and white and designed to resemble a ship, portholes and all. A mast rises from the center of the building. Local legend has it that actor Matthew Modine used to work at the South Bay.

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Swap meets were the only thing enabling most crive to survive the swa. We're charging money for parking spaces ln keeping all the proceeds Swpa created a big problem with the ozone's neighbors, who Souyh the parking shortage resulted in vehicles overrunning the entire area, often blocking driveways or even parking on people's lawns. Swap Meet attendance was said to be from 3, to 5, patrons every Wednesday. Im City Planning Commission actually voted to suspend the Wednesday meets, but the City Council overturned the decision and offered De Anza one swaap chance.

Police Commander Jim Sing noted theqtre ticketing on Wednesdays Sora no otoshimono wallpaper three times higher ij other days, and that some customers spent Tuesday night sleeping in their vehicles on Southh neighborhood streets. De Anza Get out of here finchley offering lower admission prices to patrons who parked in the theater lot instead of outside on city streets. They also built a wall to keep patrons out of the Meet until 7 a. Barricades were also erected, to detour traffic an from neighborhood streets, with six hired i guards to redirect traffic.

In addition, they distributed pamphlets awap "It's Your Last Chance to Save the Swap Meet," with a drove of "dos and donts" about parking and driving on neighborhood streets. These efforts resulted in De Anza's "conditional use permit" being extended to cover the Wednesday events. In summera new Technalight installation was done on the projectors for all three South Bay screens. A playground with a merry-go-round, swingsets, and monkey bars used to sit in the grass area beneath the screen, until rising insurance rates forced owners to remove all the equipment.

Lawnchairs lined up in front of the screen were also removed, possibly to discourage pedestrian gate crashers, but also eliminating the need to landscape that part of the lot quite so meticulously. Byfortunes had downturned and the theater was screening X-rated triple features. That year, a second screen was added; for a time, features like Last House on the Left and Ned Kelly would show on one screen, while porn unspooled on the other. For a short time, there was even a drive-in church service on the lot every Sunday, while sex flicks screened at night, making for quite the eye-catching marquee. A daytime swap meet has run on the lot since July at the time, the Henrys formed a separate corporation to run this endeavor, but it's now owned by a separate unconnected party.

The swap meet's current operators feature monthly shows themed for ham-radio enthusiasts and sports-equipment traders. The field is around three-quarters of a mile from the drive-in, whose screens are visible from the stadium bleachers. Now, they're using it for all kinds of things. Until fairly recently, there were still two rows of speakers on poles, and films were also broadcast in FM sound, though I understand the speakers have now been removed. The orange-painted bathrooms can be a little dicey, but their snack-bar food is surprisingly edible and affordable. Santee employees say they still have to be vigilant about gate-crashers.

From the ticket booth, I call in the license numbers of any cars with a single driver. We'll have a security guard walk past, see if the driver's the only one in there. If not, we walk up and talk to them. We just step away and say, 'You're trespassing, we can call the sheriff,' and they usually just leave. They came around the corner and just rammed the fence and left. They even tried to run me and [manager] Jeff [Messenger] over. We jumped up on the curb as they zoomed on past. I think they did more damage to their car than the fence. The staff was used to seeing me stake out a speaker pole near the front rows, where I'd sit with the convertible top down and usually work on whatever drawing or writing project had been due the previous weekend.

On this visit, it was still daylight, and the speakers near the screen and alongside the snack bar broadcast a local oldies station. Several other early arrivals were playing the music along in their cars, so the whole lot echoed and reverberated to the same sounds, coming from all directions at once, a multisourced auditory experience only attainable on certain drive-in lots, right about at twilight. Suddenly, the music was interrupted by an all-too-detailed breaking news report on the Columbine school shootings. I remember looking around and seeing everyone on their own individual little auto islands, everybody pale and still, nobody speaking or moving for what seemed like several moments.

Then children started crying, a slowly rising cacophony as the stillness was broken and parents tried various ways to comfort their increasingly upset charges. I just happened to catch the eye of a guy in the car two spaces down from me, also attending alone; even as I saw his face was glistening with tears, I realized he was staring at my own wet face. It was an extraordinary shared moment, just before crisis-management kicked in and everyone tried to pull themselves together a bit. That twilight, I overheard hushed bits of many sobering conversations, especially coming from cars containing young kids. Several vehicles just up and left after the news report.

A more upbeat group experience occurred when Herbie: Help us make this street view more accurate Please adjust the view until the theater is clearly visible. Its three screens feature current double bills from all the studios. Recently, projection was upgraded using the Technalight lamp technology, producing the brightest and sharpest images possible in a drive-in theatre. Audio is delivered by broadcast FM. The theatre is open all year, seven days a week. The popular swap meet operates all year on Wed. Contributed by Frank Huttinger rokcomx on July 24, at Most of the speaker poles were phased out for AM sound inand then FM beginning in the early '80s movies are currently broadcast in stereo, via FM only.

The snack bar has been renovated a few times, most recently sporting a nautical theme, with the entire concession building painted blue and white and designed to resemble a ship, portholes and all. Local legend has it that actor Matthew Modine used to work at the South Bay. His sister still works there to this day. There were plans to sell around that time.

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