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Wear your love for the Huntridge Theatre with Battle Born Pins

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Maybe you were there for the 1995 Circle Jerks show, an impromptu parking lot gig held hours after the building’s roof collapsed. Or maybe you remember its cinema heyday. Whatever your fondest memory of the Huntridge Theatre, now you can pay homage to it the cool-kid way—on your lapel.

Vegas-based company Battle Born Pins has created three enamel pins in the historic building’s image, each color (white, pink and green, available for $10 apiece at bbpins.bigcartel.com) representing the different phases of the Huntridge’s 72-year history.

“I love any time someone talks about the Huntridge Theatre,” says Battle Born Pins co-founder Holly Vaughn. “It’s this great conversation piece everyone can relate to. It’s future has always been uncertain, so we wanted something that gave it some permanence.”

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