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April 12, 2009

Baltimore's Senator Theatre, the last of the city's grand movie houses, means a lot to people in these parts. For some, it's one of the last connections to a sadly bygone era. To others, it's simply a great place to see a movie.

We want to hear from you about what makes the Senator so special. Why is it worth preserving? Why would the city be a lesser place without it?

Keep your thoughts to about 150 words or so, and e-mail them to arts@baltsun.com. Please include "The Senator" in the subject line. We'll publish some of the best, most thoughtful answers in The Baltimore Sun and on baltimoresun.com.

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