Blast from past a sellout

MORE THAN NOSTALGIA: Caswell Cooke Jr., executive director of the Misquamicut Business Association, says families have helped sell out most showings at the Misquamicut Drive-in Theater. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
MORE THAN NOSTALGIA: Caswell Cooke Jr., executive director of the Misquamicut Business Association, says families have helped sell out most showings at the Misquamicut Drive-in Theater. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A summer at the beach and drive-in movie theaters: Some pleasures even a pandemic can’t ruin. The COVID-19 health crisis has dealt bad hands to many small businesses in Rhode Island, either through direct government closures or by making people too nervous to visit. But the Misquamicut Drive-In Theater has more demand than it can…

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