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Maybe I can help:

  1. West End, across River Street from Army/Navy Store

  2. <3 pics> On Church Street, just up and across from Ramada (future Brio)

  3. Cafe and Then Some, on College(?) Street in downtown

  4. Not sure, but my guess is College Street, just past Main, on the left?

  5. On South Pleasantburg Drive, between McAlister Square and Greenville Tech's main campus

  6. Connelly's Irish Pub, on East Court Street in downtown

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Maybe I can help:
  1. West End, across River Street from Army/Navy Store

  2. <3 pics> On Church Street, just up and across from Ramada (future Brio)

  3. Cafe and Then Some, on College(?) Street in downtown

  4. Not sure, but my guess is College Street, just past Main, on the left?

  5. On South Pleasantburg Drive, between McAlister Square and Greenville Tech's main campus

  6. Connelly's Irish Pub, on East Court Street in downtown

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Thanks Skyliner,

I'd seen 2&3, but none of the others.

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Maybe I can help:

[*]West End, across River Street from Army/Navy Store

That little building used to be a barber shop, if I remember correctly. Would make a great little ice cream stand, or something similar, don't you think?

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Wow, that um, "yard" across from the brio, yeah, thats been there since I was a kid some 22 years at least, but I just thought it to be a pack rat type of place, and nothing special. If anyone has anymore info, please tell.

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I thought it was a pack rat type place at first glance too, but upon further inspection, it appears that almost everything in that "yard" is one form of artistic expression or another.

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All I can remember is that an old man lives there and has for many decades. He was on the news one time several years ago, but I don't recall what was said. In my opinion, that place is an eyesore for that location, but then all of the homes and pieces of property along that stretch are. <_<

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