Posts Tagged ‘Shoreline’

Nutshell news

  • The Shoreline no longer uses “Grill” in its name. There’s a new chef, but I’m happy to report that the gumbo and the crabcakes are as fine as ever and, most important of all, chocolate intemperance survives on the dessert menu.
  • Food trailers continue to proliferate on South Congress across East Monroe from the Congress Avenue Baptist Church. The Mighty Cone is an attraction not yet tried, but it’s at the top of the list.
  • KLRU seems to have abandoned its analog viewers already, so no more Little Dorrit for this household, and no more contributions sent to the station, either. Those with older televisions now see what’s being broadcast in a tiny window only. The station has announced that it shut off its analog signal this week, on April 16.
  • Your Living Room, the store selling contemporary home furnishings at 220 South Congress, just over the bridge from downtown, is going out of business. Watch for the final sales. It’s been fourteen years. The store’s Web presence seems to be gone. I worry about the old Tropic Shop neon sign.
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