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Jul 17, 2000
The Best Picture Show LEXINGTON, Va. It was their version of the giddy imperative from Field of Dreams If we rebuild it, they will come. Even the cultural magic they relied on was the same as Kevin Costner's baseball potion. By Rowan Philp.       Washington Post       link
Jul 10, 2000
Hulls Angels chose to accept mission Reopen theater Mission Impossible II was the opening feature at Hull's Drive-In Friday night. It was the first time the gates at the Rockbridge County theater had officially opened since 1998. By Beth Jones.       Roanoke Times       link
Sep 18, 2000
Screen Savers the Hulls Angels effort 2-page article on Eric and Elise Hull at Hull's Drive-In in Virginia       People Magazine       link
Aug 1, 2003
Reviving an endangered species Seventy years old this year, the nearly extinct drive-in theater is registering a strong pulse. By Coy Barefoot.       Attache       link
Mar 11, 2016
Whats News Today March 11, 2016 Hull's Drive-in theatre in Lexington kicks off the season today with Star Wars The Force Awakens followed by The Finest Hours, the true story of the heroic 1952 Coast Guard rescue. The Saint Patrick's Day Parade and Shamrock Festival return to Roanoke ...       WSLS       link
Jun 17, 2017
Drive-in movies thrive in a streaming world Hull's Drive-In Theatre, Lexington, Va. The country's first nonprofit, community-owned drive-in, Hull's was purchased in 2000 by a group called Hull's Angels after the historic theater couldn't afford to stay open. Today, the 67-year-old pet-friendly ...       USA Today       link
Jun 25, 2017
Against the odds Hulls Drive-In thrives in modern world LEXINGTON Hull's Drive-In Theatre has been a fixture in the Rockbridge community for more than a decade. Through ups and downs, the theater survived and converted to a nonprofit when many other drive-ins, vestiges of a bygone era, shut down.       The Daily Progress       link
Jul 24, 2017
Hulls Drive-In Theatre Lexington, Virginia--Americas first non-profit community owned drive-in Come along and join Jeremy Reter as he talks about how the Lexington, Virginia townspeople saved their drive-in theater. Reter also talks about the resurgence of Drive in Theaters in Virginia and around the country. Hull's Drive-In Theatre has been a ...       KCBX       link
Mar 26, 2018
Former manager of Lexington drive-in theater convicted of embezzlement, indecent acts LEXINGTON Jeremy Reter, former manager of Hull's Drive-In Theater, pleaded no contest Monday to one count of embezzlement and four counts of indecent acts with a child in Rockbridge County Circuit Court. Reter, 44, was accused of having a sexual ...       Roanoke Times       link

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