DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — For decades, crowds have gathered to see the latest Hollywood films at the Ingersoll Theater, a landmark on the west side of Des Moines, and later to catch professional and amateur performances during his years of dinner theater.
But for the past eight years, the brick structure with its original – albeit chipped – art deco marquee has stood vacant.
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