Sunset falls on a historic season for the drive-in
November 1, 2020
NEW YORK (AP) — Julia Wiggin was still shivering after running out to hang up the weekend's marquee — "Ghostbusters," "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" — at her Northfield Drive-in near Hinsdale, New Hampshire.
"It's cold," Wiggin said on a bitter, wet morning. "It's definitely time we closed."
After a historic season, winter is coming at the drive-in. Summer and early fall have seen their simple, old-fashioned lots transformed into a surprisingly elastic omnibus of pandemic-era gathering. It has hosted concerts and comedy shows, business conferences and Sunday services, graduations and wedd...