This probably should be posted in Concealed carry issues and discussions but that seems to be used for other stuff.
Anyways, I always try to do the right thing so as not to jeopardize my CHLicense. Tonight we're heading out to a show in the city and, while the city is relatively safe, it is small and stuff happens. We're only a few blocks from where the homeless "live" and naturally I want to protect my wife and daughter.
Like a fool, I called the theater to ask about their policy concerning concealed handgun licensees. (I didn't want to have to turn back and put my weapon in my car and have it stolen.) The woman on the other end of the phone was telling me "this is the theater, we don't have anything to do with handgun licensing ... are you sure you have the right number?" When I finally go her to listen to what I was asking, she said "of course they don't want guns in the theater." I asked if they have signs saying as much and her response was "well, I guess I'll tell them (the theater) they need them (signs)."