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  1. The name Meijer has been mentioned.
  2. I'm sure they are. But wouldn't before & after tours of The Winchester on Wealthy be great??
  3. Currently offices of Project Rehab's parent corporation. Built as a single family home, it was a private school for a while I think in the 20s & 30s, then a Funeral Home for a very long time. Triple G has an old press ad/photo from the school days, before the central tower was removed. Now protected by the Fairmount Square Historic District.
  4. Oh, just guessing. Up, up, and away? Maybe it is Davenport - more likely.
  5. Seems to me there's a sixties era two story apartment building on the south side of Fulton, across from Davenport, with new Condo's For Sale signs. It's set back from Fulton so an addition would be possible.
  6. McKay Tower without the tower; now that's history!
  7. Architect's website, in Post 116. Pretty pictures.
  8. Blank walls usually say: parking behind here.
  9. Menu is short, classic American; ribeyes, pork tenderloin, shrimp, pasta, etc.. I had a stunning scallop appetizer. Appetizers are $6 or $7, entrees about $16 to $20. Breads by Nantucket. They are open for lunch with an even shorter menu....check it out.....
  10. Couldn't agree more. As Oscar Wilde put it: "In any great meal, the ingredients are the heart, the preparation is the soul, and the presentation is the wit". Bloom's got heart,soul, and wit goin' on.....and they are looking into a beer/wine license.
  11. Maybe he could retire! PRCH: a legend in his own mind.
  12. Also, People's Republic of Cherry Hill. The Truth Is Out There.
  13. That's one awesomely handsome fellow !
  14. I was there in November. Lots of SCAD renovations all over the place. Also lots of renovations of housing in neighborhoods around the historic core, like above Forsyth Park. Fairmount Square guiding light Carol Moore has a house in an old suburban area. Where did you live and why did you leave ??
  15. BLOOM opens March 1st in a very nicely renovated space at 962 Cherry, previously occupied by Rap&Roll (previousy previously Sons and Daughters bookstore). Check it out when you're out walking. (No menu in sight yet).
  16. Late notice: 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai, Kenyan enviromental conservationist, will speak at Fountain Street tonight at 7:00 (doors open 6:30) "Maathai's Greenbelt movement has assisted women in planting 20 million trees on farms, schools and church compounds". Free, presented by the Nokomis Foundation and West Michigan Women's Studies Council.
  17. "Heard it through the grapevine" - she's only 30.
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