Midnight Madness 

The tradition of spooky late-night movies is alive and well, beamed from the Byrd.

It's nighttime at the Byrd Theatre. The marquee flickers, and the camera pans to a full moon. The sky is filled with bats and an evil laugh is heard over ominous music. It's time for another installment of "Midnight Frights," a…

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