Here's an interesting set of buildings on Congress Street caught in a shower. It's at the corner of Congress and Forest, so when you are stopped at the light(and you always are) you get a chance to read some 'strange' messages in the upstairs window. They seem to change, sometimes daily. The title of the store seems to say it all. It sells ANYTHING! Once inside, you can buy, sell, or trade used cds, movies, books, art, tapes, junk and other debris from our so called modern world. It is also a venue for indie music and other on the edge performances. I think Grampa playing his saw and his buddy Uncle Howard on the fiddle would have been a big hit here. Quite a place- the morning I stopped by, there was a sign on the door that read:"We Are NOT Going Out of Business". Now, as for the placard at the top of the building? Storreytime. I need to do a bit more research on this. No idea!
*This morning, I'm off to meet my sister, visiting from Oregon. Knowing her, an Amatos' italian sandwich will be the answer to the question: What'll we do for lunch?