Often overshadowed by its bigger neighbor, Lorain, Elyria (much to
my surprise) appears to have had moments of glory whenever the show
hit there first, coming from the West. I would imagine the advantage was
brief, but important. A trip here was somewhat more of an adventure, being
more infrequent, and quite possibly encountering lesser travelled roads.
So notable, that it demanded a photograph to be taken along the way:
On the road to Elyria, my brother poses for posterity. Don't be late
of the Elyria monument is an absolute must. Even I use this landmark to
guide me to the western
heels in the square on a nice sunny day (waiting for the show to
of the square
Lincoln theater. I'm not sure, but I think you can see Tokyo Rose tonight
on the American Movie Classics Channel (maybe around 3 A.M.) if you don't
own a Time Machine, that is. I had heard my folks speak of going to Akron
to see the new movies before they got to Cleveland...but I must admit I did
not know Elyria was another secret of the cognescenti when it came to scooping
Now we need to consider...what to do around town if there
was NO new movie. For that exquisite Sunday outing...
along to Chagrin Falls!
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