Mailman walks down Wheatly near
Marathon Avenue while a doggie struggles to
get free enough to bark at him.
Going down Philadelphia Ave. near the
now closed down Bridge Street bridge.
of suburbanites realize that their living arrangement
is economically impossible and ridiculous in it's
very inception, I can see houses like this
on the corner of Paul Lawrence and Riverview being
fixed up all over town.
Marathon and Wheatly. But until they do get home, "why
not polish off that last 22-ouncer of Steel Reserve baby?"
tonsils removed not really so long ago.
Neighbors discuss the incredible greenness of
their lawns on Philadelphia Avenue.
Church on Philadelphia.
teaches students how to get their GED's, and
how to make a tight bed, shine their shoes, and
buff the floor every Sunday morning. At least
those were the main life skills I learned in the Army - and
killing people who intend to kill you.
The old Ivy League Landscaping Building has
been empty for some time, but has recently
been bought. If anything should come of it,
on Siebenthaler Ave. and Philadelphia.
True story, and one that illustrates why I
love this city in so many ways: So I'm getting
some chicken wings at Louie's Chicken
on North Main Street one day, and the Louie's
Chicken Mascot (a person in a chicken costume), is
out in front of the store dancing. Four ghetto fabulous
babes pull up in an Escalade, get out, surround the chicken
and begin dancing and chanting, "Go chicken, Go chicken, Go chicken."
Grand old structure on North Main Street.
place to fill that belly. Great soul food family