Landmark's Nuart Theatre in West Los Angeles is closing for renovation June 2-29. While it's being spiffed up, the every-Saturday-night Rocky Horror Picture Show will move over to the NuWilshire. Lovers of the Nuart wax on the place at CinemaTreasures.org. History diversion: The Nuart first shows up in the L.A. Times movie listings on Aug. 8, 1932, when West Los Angeles was still known as Sawtelle. The Royal down the street appears even sooner, as the Tivoli in 1924. The main drag in Sawtelle, Calif.—for awhile a separate, incorporated city—was Oregon Avenue. Today we call it Santa Monica Boulevard.
Photo: Public Art in L.A.