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- The eye candy, old and new.
- Telling you where to go.
- Donations gladly accepted.
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All "original" contents of this site are Copyright 2000-12 by, and the intellectual property of John R. Grant. No use of the pictures, sounds or concepts presented here may be made without the permission of the copyright holder. Permission to use or publish contents of this site will normally be granted, but please ask first.
The League of Historic American Theatres, headquartered in Baltimore, provides support and guidance for these types of projects nationwide. Please click the LHAT logo at right to visit their web page.
Click HERE to find out how this project got started.
Click City Paper cover image at right to read about the Parkway being named Baltimore's Best Old Building for 2003.
Your Opinion Counts!
With this update of the Parkway website we are incorporating several "Mini-Surveys". You have already seen the first two on the opening page; now others will be sprinkled throughout the site. (Several are located on the "Prospectus" page.) While they are non-scientific in nature, i.e., they only show the results of those who take the trouble to complete them, they could be very helpful in validating the concepts presented herein, and in determining the direction the Parkway restoration may proceed. To that extent we seek your honest assessments. The surveys are set up to allow only one vote per computer, so please make sure your selections are accurate before you click the "Submit Vote" button. I pledge to not edit the results in any way. In fact, I don't think that is even possible. I am, however able to see the IP addresses and page views of anyone accessing the site, so attempts to "cook the books" will be detected and acted upon. Some surveys allow only one response, and for those I have attempted to provide selections that cover a broad range of responses. Others allow "all that apply" responses. Feel free to Email me if you feel the available selections of any particular survey are incomplete or biased, or if you want to suggest other topics that should be covered.
With that said, you will find the next survey to the right of this box. It is perhaps the most meaningful of all of the various surveys, so I would appreciate your thorough review of all pages, including responding to the other surveys in this website, before you complete it.
This is the original and virtually ONLY Internet resource dedicated to the revitalization of Baltimore's majestic Parkway Theatre. It is a vision of how this venerable theatre should be restored as a multi-discipline artistic and entertainment performance venue.
Welcome to the new, improved, easier-to-navigate, and hopefully more user-friendly web page for Baltimore's diamond-in-the-rough Parkway Theatre. Site content is now organized into more logical topics and each page should be viewable with little or no horizontal scrolling as long as your screen resolution is 1290 x 960 (pixels) or greater. CAUTION: Some pages and images may not display correctly on some mobile platform browsers.
North elevation of the Parkway Theatre (as it could be).
This page was last updated on: May 2, 2012
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