Jul 17, 2010
Pizza, Pierogies And Popcorn
Laurel Drive In
South Church Street - Hazleton, PA
One of the best things about the Laurel Drive In is the food. They've got a big menu, and everything is very tasty and reasonably priced. It's perfect for a night of movies.
Jul 14, 2010
Summer Afternoon Nap
We got back from the Hometown Farmer's Market a little while ago. Dad has crashed on Grandpa's recliner.
Jul 10, 2010
The Chewbaru Legacy
I passed this Subaru on the way to the ballpark this afternoon and my guess is that the driver is a dentist who has been hitting the nitrous oxide pretty hard. As if the toothbrush army on the trunk and empty toothpaste tubes weren't enough, there are a row of dentures lining the top of the bumper and a mannequin head on the roof. Not sure what all of the black and white photos are, but I'm going to assume they have something to do with teeth.
Jul 5, 2010
Follow The Planogram
1001 Retailing Nights
Software Etc (1991)
This was shared by capnskull on YouTube and it is pure gold for any retro gamer. The first half of the video features a genie from the mysterious Mac-O-Wish 1001 computer who helps Bob understand the importance of visual merchandising. The second half is a virtual tour of a Software Etc store as they existed in 1991, with spots to allow the viewer to pause the video and assess whether or not their store meets company guidelines. Not only does it bring back memories of what video game stores looked like in the early 90's, but it's full of cheezy acting and terrible impersonations.
Jul 2, 2010
Off The Beaten Path: Hazleton Pitza
Off The Beaten Path (WYLN TV)
This is pizza which is baked, packaged in a box, and meant to be eaten at room temperature. It's a Hazleton original. When I was growing up, I had no idea that this wasn't a thing everywhere in the world. There have been a number of brands that have come and gone, but two have been fixtures for nearly 100 years: Senape's and Longo's.
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