Greg Laemmle

President of Laemmle Theatres

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Landmark Theatres will close their arthouse location on Pico Boulevard after 15 years. Is this the beginning of the end of indie theaters?

Landmark on Pico shuts down. Issue is about real estate, not entertainment

Landmark Theatres will close their arthouse location on Pico Boulevard after 15 years. Is this the beginning of the end of indie theaters?

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LA County has officially moved out of California’s most restrictive purple tier and into the red tier.

‘We’re excited, we’re nervous’: Greg Laemmle and other LA business owners cautiously eye reopenings

LA County has officially moved out of California’s most restrictive purple tier and into the red tier.

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