Cathy Tauber

Co-owner, Vidiots

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Co-owner of Vidiots, an indie video store in Santa Monica, California, she's working on creating a Vidiots film school

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Last week, we reported that Vidiots—the 30-year-old video-rental shop in Santa Monica—would be closed down. Film critic Joe Morgenstern said it was like “a death in the family.”

Angel Funders Save Vidiots

Last week, we reported that Vidiots—the 30-year-old video-rental shop in Santa Monica—would be closed down. Film critic Joe Morgenstern said it was like “a death in the family.”

from Which Way, L.A.?

Vidiots  — a video rental shop in Santa Monica — survived competition from Blockbuster and Hollywood Video by offering literally thousands of movies they didn't have.

Vidiots, Beloved Video Store, Is Closing

Vidiots — a video rental shop in Santa Monica — survived competition from Blockbuster and Hollywood Video by offering literally thousands of movies they didn't have.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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