Take Home A Ginormous Bag Of Buttery Popcorn From These Curbside Theater Concessions In New Mexico

COVID has changed an awful lot in our lives this past year: how we interact with others, our daily activities, and how we spend our downtime. One of the experiences we’ve missed most this year? Heading to a packed movie theater to watch a new film on its opening day and indulging in all those snacks at the concession stand.

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Have you picked up movie snacks from other locally-owned theaters around New Mexico? Let us know where you picked up a massive bag of popcorn by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page.

Speaking of movies, did you know New Mexico’s first color film was shot over 90 years ago in 1929? It was also Paramount Picture’s first real foray into color film and can still be seen in its entirety online! Read more in Watching The First New Mexico Color Video Ever Recorded Will Transport You To Another Time In History.

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