Folks can finally go to the movies again in California.
But we’re not talking about going to the regular multiplexes or even your classic stand-alone theaters. We’re talking about the drive-in movie theaters, which provide a more isolated movie-going experience — as people watch from their cars, as opposed to sitting next to other attendees — and thus can be better suited for proper social distancing practices during the coronavirus pandemic.
West Wind Drive-In Theaters has opened all three of its locations in California — in San Jose, Concord and Sacramento — plus one in Glendale, Arizona.
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