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ONEONTA—“A Roadhouse Coup,” a movie about the notorious Eva Coo featuring local dignitaries, will be screened at the Foothills Performing Arts and Civic Center in a return performance on Saturday, February 25 and Sunday, February 26. Pictured above are Ben Guenther, owner of Five Star Subaru and a star of the production, and Lori Kelly-Bailey, writer, producer, director of the production, and owner of Tandem Cage Productions. Visit for tickets and information.


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