The nonprofit that runs the Rialto Theatre in downtown Tucson opened a new store that embodies the history of the iconic venue.

The space next to the theatre entrance, 320 E. Congress St., has been empty for more than a decade.

Now its home to El Regalo, or the gift in Spanish.

It features gifts like Rialto merchandise and work from local artists. The plan is to rotate new merchandise and artwork in the store.

The name El Regalo is also a nod to the theatres revival in the ’70s, as a first-run Spanish language movie house known as El Cine Plaza.

All of the shops proceeds go to the Rialto Theatre Foundation for programming and education at the theatre.

You can watch the full story on El Regalo on Sunday, Dec. 24.

El Regalo has the following store hours for the rest of December:

Dec. 22: 12-5 pm

Dec. 23: 12-5 pm

Dec. 28: 12-4 pm and 5-8 pm

Dec. 29: 12-5 pm

Dec. 30: 12-5 pm

Dec. 31: 6-8 pm