eek -- you are right, of course. He is alive. I'll amend the text. thanks for pointing it out!
The info box with the address and prices and whanot was inadvertently left off the web posting. Getting it up there now. Thanks for the heads up!
oops -- fixed the link to www.3rff.com. Apologies to film fans and fish fans.
It wasn't clear what delegation he was with, but isn't Yeungling enjoyed by MANY states?
The address was inadvertently left off when the review was uploaded.
2020 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill 412-422-2277
Hours: Wed.-Mon. 5-10 p.m.
Prices: Appetizers $3-10; entrees $13-21
Liquor: Beer and wine
Belgium, shmelgium: don't you know the infamous storm and mindboggling woes that made New York City put its cable underground?
Of course, now when something goes wrong, a minimum of 9 union guys gotta dig up the street ...
And seriously, without powerlines, where would I put my old sneakers?
THE NEW YORK SUN
TUESDAY MARCH 13TH, 1888
BLIZZARD WAS KING.
The Metropolis Helpless Under Snow.
Hardly a Wheel Turns.
Business Knocked Flat as if By a Panic.
Plays, Trials, Funerals, all Postponed.
Fifty Train Loads of Passengers Stuck on the Main Lines.
Electric Lights Out.
Mighty little news got into town or got out of it.
The Elevated Roads After a Day's Paralysis Get a Half Hold Again on Travel.
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