Apr 15, 2010

Urban Safari

Exclusive to molovinskyonallentown; this blogger has learned that along with the golf course concession, the Allentown BrewWorks has received the first franchise to conduct urban safari's in Allentown. The evening excursions will begin and end from the safety of the municipal golf course parking lot, in the deep west end. Although still in the planning stages, sites on the tour will include 9th and Chew, gunfire epicenter of the new Allentown, and a drive-by of Trinkles Cafe. Within the safety of the armored Hummer, guests will visit an actual forensic site, and watch police officers search for shell casings. The guides will tastefully point out probable ladies of the night and merchants of recreational pharmaceuticals. The tour will include stopping in front of the home of an urban pioneer, where actual members of OAPA will wave from behind their windows. With special permission from Lanta, the excursion will drive through the bus yard, showing real passengers waiting on cold steel benches, eating stale donuts. For a VIP tour, actually driven by Mayor Pawlowski himself, contact the special events coordinator at Allentown City Hall or the Allentown BrewWorks. Jarrett Renshaw of The Morning Call did not contribute to this story.

reprinted from December 28, 2008


Anonymous said...

The tour keep up with the times to include Philly's Steak Shop at 12th and Hamilton.

The Mayor should be familiar with the neighborhood.

Free Mental Health evaluations from Councilman Donovan should be added as a special incentive to get on board.

Julio Guridy can laud Allentown's progress since he got on City Council all the while.

What a fun-filled, can't miss event!

Anonymous said...

This post is in extremely poor taste.