A taste of art, facts at the A3 ‘drive-thru’

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SPRINGFIELD – A drive-in movie is quintessentially old-school. It’s classic and sleek. It smells like cherry Coke, buttered popcorn and backseat laughs.

The drive-through, too, strikes the same chord. It’s quick and easy, on-the-go fuel for a busy morning. It’s just around the corner. Always within reach. Reliable and consistent. A perfect blend of nostalgia and the current moment – all tossed together in the same greasy paper bag. 

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