The Pittsburgh Kid (1941) to be Shown at Row House Cinema

After dinner, Steve drove me by Row House Cinema on Butler Street.  I tried to get a couple of panoramas so that’s why the passing cars looked chopped up.iPhone shots tonight.

The Lawrenceville Historical Society and Row House Cinema present

The Pittsburgh Kid (1941) shown on Friday JUNE 23, 2017  at 7 PM

4115 Butler Street

Also-  Joe Louis vs. Billy Conn highlight reel will be shown
With round by round commentary from the panel

Gene Collier – Post-Gazette columnist
Tim Conn – Billy’s eldest son
Paul F. Kennedy – author of Billy Conn’s biography
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a member was hanging a flyer at Ritter’s Diner and Aphrodite introduced us. Here she is holding the flyer announcing the event.

Tickets are $15 and may be purchased by clicking this link

After dinner, Steve drove me by Row House Cinema on Butler Street.  I tried to get a couple of panoramas so that’s why the passing cars looked chopped up.

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Typewriter Poet at the Wedding

The typewriter is a 1941 model.

The typewriter poet, Dylan Laine, creates a custom poem for the bride and groom in 5 minutes or less.

The poems were hung on a rose laden trellis that will be incorporated in a book for Josh and Sara.

I just thought it was the coolest thing I’ve seen at a wedding lately…. so I asked her if it would be okay to blog her and she agreed.  Thanks Typewriter Poet.

 

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Here Dylan Laine, Typewriter Poet, jots down a few words to create the poem for the bride and groom.

 

 

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The typewriter poet explains how it works. IMG_9297

 

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The custom poem she created with my words.

 

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