Unfortunately, they took way too long to compile, and updates were a huge pain to do. As a result, they get dated quickly, and updates pile up. In fact, I remember combining several POM posts into the Post Oak Mall post (done December 2011), and now I'm actually considering breaking it back up again.
To combat that, there was a change of the way things were done around the blog. This was one of those first posts that had the new format.
The Circle Drive-In of College Station, Texas, located on the corner of modern-day College Avenue and University Drive. Still whispered about on the Internet and unrelated to the Circle Drive-In in Waco, mostly intact but now a flea market, the Circle Drive-In was so named because (like its unrelated Waco cousin) a traffic circle was nearby (which is now gone).
Anyway, it disappeared between 1979 and 1983 (probably closed soon after the time Skaggs Shopping Center came into existence, which had a movie theater of its own) and was quickly forgotten. Two apartment complexes, Newport Condominiums and North Ramparts Apartments were up by the end of the 1980s and the rest became the "Mud Lot", a cheap dirt parking lot owned by St. Mary's, which disappeared in the late 1990s or early 2000s when half of it was converted to parking.
Whether you're parking at St. Mary's, exploring the ruins of Newport, living at North Ramparts, or (soon) The Stack: just remember: you're on the grounds of an old movie theater.
5/22/13 Update: Added information on the demo of Newport, changed to past tense on describing the post.
5/25/13 Update: Consolidated information on the Mud Lot