Drive-in in New Mexico offering vintage feel amid COVID-19
July 12, 2020
LAS VEGAS, N.M. (AP) — Judy Gonzales and Kathy Ortiz first pulled into the Fort Union Drive-In back in the early 1990s — and then made a habit of it.
These days, they head to the outdoor movie theater with Ortiz's grandson, Seth Gomez.
On a recent Friday night, the three of them curled up in lawn chairs in front of their car, with blankets spread over their knees, and watched young couples and parents line up at the concessions window.
Kids kicked soccer balls and scrambled onto cars as everyone waited for the first movie to light up the big screen. The feature was Jumanji: The Next Lev...