The Regent Theatre dates back to 1916 when it was a hotspot on the vaudeville circuit. A decade later it had been renovated and was regularly showing movies. The 500-seat single screen theater is now a community art center and performance venue with regular film screenings. Usually, you’ll find arts documentaries shown, mostly on the lives and musings of musicians, and often in conjunction with a live music performance. (Film biographies on Janis Joplin, Joan Jett, and even Johnny Rotten have graced the screen.) The small town atmosphere contrasts with most cinema experiences, and you can take advantage of a dinner and movie discount at nearby restaurants.