I like the place, breakfasts are great but the last time I ordered keilbasa and eggs, it was prepared just fine and served well but I think though they could at least go with Hillshire farms keilbasa instead of a split Bar-S economy Polish.
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I made a comment on the article about Leonard Cohen and how his song "The Partisan" makes me cry, the "Hags" "Farmer's Daughter" also breaks me down every time.
There are a handful of songs that always bring a tear to my eye, "The Partisan" is probably numero uno.
Gee Serene, your future as an entertainment critic are boundless. With talent like yours, by this time next summer you might be critiquing patriotic 4th of July parade marches in places like Albuquerque or even Omaha. John Phillip Sousa, Watch out!
Sorry, I couldn't help it.
Great article, well written and informative! I mostly cling to the old days in Tucson. Back in the late '70's, Putneys, Al Smith's and the bar at Cliff Manor was a hang out of sorts for folks that worked in the restaurant/bar biz on the northwest side of town. Lotta fun, lotta booze, lotta memories. I'll visit the "new" place next time I'm in T-Town. Good luck to them!
40+ years ago, Club 21 or the old Panchos on Grant would always be the place I would take a gal on our first date, and the #4 was usually the choice at the club.
Being a fair and "complete story" journalist, I'm sure you will include in your series the many abuses and downright criminal uses of SNAP. Just a few are: selling the SNAP card for about 50 cents on the dollar giving the buyer the pin, as ID is rarely checked. Buying high cost and brand name items with SNAP (a lot of times the card holder will cover the front of the card with masking tape so as others in the grocery line won't see the card logo), and the worst abuse being an unscrupulous shop owner scanning a legal nutritious item such as donuts but substituting booze/cigarettes etc. These are just a few abuses, but I'm sure more will be covered in the fair and balanced continuation of this story. Ya
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