Tale of Two Theaters 

They were the best of venues, then they were the worst. Now they're coming back.

[slideshow-1] They stand tall, proudly displaying their respective city names with art deco marquees. Most theaters like them have fallen by the wayside, demolished to make way for more lucrative businesses, but the Eureka, the Arcata and the Fortuna, all built during…

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