This is the link to the story. http://cbs3.com/topstories/local_story_155155805.html
I won’t even ask why this kid was out at that time of day, alone in violation of the city curfew laws. She is no less a victim of a crime. On the other hand, what kind of parents or guardians are they who would let a girl that age out at that time of day.
There is a very nice illustrated history of Frankford written in 1912 available on line. Take a look. It is interesting not only for the history but also because it has many period advertisements. http://www.phillyh2o.org/backpages/frankford_1912.htm
We have a new link over to the right going to the Grand Army of the Republic Museum and Library web site. Check them out and then write a check for membership to support this great institution.
The Butch Ballard Trio will be performing at mozaic this Saturday, June 2nd. from 7PM – 11PM. Reservations are recommended.
- Cuban Sandwich (BYOB suggestion – a riesling from Alsace.)
- Southwest Chicken (BYOB suggestion – a Spanish Rioja or a big chardonnay from sunny California.)
- Salmon en Chemise – (BYOB suggestion – a rose [sorry, I’m unable to insert accented characters] from Provence or any full-bodied white. any low-tannin reds like Cotes-du-Rhone Villages or barbera, a fruity Italian red.
- Homemade Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Wednesday, June 6th. 6PM – 8PM – Gallery Night Check out the new exhibit. Meet the artist. Meet your neighbors. Wine and cheese buffet. Listen to the poet. Bring your axe and jam if you are so inclined.
mozaic 4524 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19124215-535-5040
mozaic is a BYOB restaurant/gallery featuring live jazz every Saturday night and wallet-friendly fine dining.
There are occasional discussions about Frankford on phillyblog.com. One running now is whether Frankford is a jewel in the northeast. That title might not be quite accurate. Frankford is a work in progress. Some posters believe Frankford is continuing to deteriorate others see signs that it is beginning to come back. It is interesting that few of the posters live in Frankford.
This is the link to the current discussion: http://www.phillyblog.com/philly/showthread.php?t=37379