May 25, 2016

The Singer and the Steakhouse


Yesterday, the infamous Shula's Steakhouse singer was in district court on charges unrelated to the Arts Walk incident.  He claims that the Allentown Police have a vendetta against him.  Maybe they do,  their boss's boss is known for his vendettas.  The Hunsicker family, long associated with baseball on the south side,  made the same accusation about Pawlowski last week at city council.  But, this post is about the real crime last August by the steakhouse.

In the molovinsky on allentown hall of justice,  J.B. Reilly, Pat Brown, Jennifer Mann, Sy Traub, etc. would have been in court yesterday, not the singer.  They, and the others that are responsible for using public money to bring Shula's to the Strata Building (which is filled up no matter what Molovinsky says).  They are responsible for the vendors who got stuck holding the bag for pennies on the dollar, when Shula's went bankrupt.

Elsewhere, in the upside down NIZ world, the parolee center is closing after 35 years, so that Reilly can build his City Center Tower Number 6.  Some of the parolees will be transfered to Scranton and Wernersville, now, that shouldn't disrupt their lives.  Hey,  if you're a singer or a parolee, move along, it's Reilly Time.

7 comments:

Dave said...

We all know that if it wasn't for James Ochse, Shula's would have been a tremendous success

(/sarcasm off)

Dennis P said...

Ironically that Parole center on Hamilton Street was owned by a businessman who was caught up in the Pawlowski Scandal..

Amy Herczeg said...

Which parole center? The CCC? The Keenan House?

Amy Herczeg said...
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michael molovinsky said...

amy@4:13, the CCC at 608 Hamilton

Amy Herczeg said...

Wow. I was wondering when that was going to happen. It doesn't fit well with the new image on the block.

michael molovinsky said...

amy@6:40, yes, now we have white collar criminals