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Mar 30, 2003
Drive-in theater ready to make a comeback here Last week (and it was quite a week), rumors started floating around about a drive-in theater being constructed in North Lubbock that is right, a drive-in. Turns out the rumors are true. By Chris Van Wagenen.       Lubbock Avalanche-Journal       link
May 25, 2003
The Bigger Picture Newest entertainment venue in the city is a true blast from the past By Chris Van Wagenen.       Lubbock Avalanche-Journal       link
Jul 20, 2003
Stars Stripes puts new twist on old favorite There is a possibility that someone could be driving a car near the Stars & Stripes Drive-In, only to be surprised by movie dialogue emitted briefly through the vehicle's FM radio. By William Kerns.       Lubbock Avalanche-Journal       link
Aug 14, 2003
Reviving the drive-in Flickering popularity of outdoor screens brightens as a law school dropout takes a chance on a new theater near Lubbock. By John Austin.       Star-Telegram       link
Aug 5, 2003
Movie Magic Ryan Smith wants to help remind people about the simple pleasures of life, and he is starting in Lubbock by opening the Stars and Stripes Drive-In off Clovis Highway between Quaker and Frankford on August 19. By Heather Jones.       University Daily       link
Nov 1, 2003
Dallas Fort Worth KTVT This week on Texas Country Reporter, pack up the station wagon and pull into a brand new old-fashion drive-in theater. Ryan Smith, 5101 Highway 84, Lubbock, TX 79416. ph# By Bob Phillips.       Texas Country Reporter       link
May 14, 2015
Under the Stars Stars Stripes and Blue Starlite Smith's grandfather opened the Sky-Vue Drive-In Theatre in Lamesa, Texas, in 1948, and in 2003, Smith decided to carry on that legacy. He bought a cotton farm in Lubbock and converted it into the still hugely popular original Stars & Stripes Theatre.       Austin Chronicle       link
Aug 16, 2016
Drive-In celebrates 13th birthday with $13 per carload Celebrating the 13th anniversary for Lubbock's three-screen outdoor movie theater called the Stars & Stripes Drive-In, theater owner Ryan Smith and manager Stefani Osborn announced that the admission price on Wednesday will be $13-per-carload or...       link

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