1st Street: The Lone Bridge

by Jack DeAngelis “I liked it before I moved here.” Marilyn Milio, former president of the Historic Jackson Ward Association, expressed two views of the I-95 highway that bifurcates Jackson Ward. It once acted as a connective corridor that efficiently moved through the city. But Milio realized how disruptive the freeway was after moving into Read more about 1st Street: The Lone Bridge[…]

The Deuce: A Street Decapitated

by Jack DeAngelis “This is a historic street, you know,” said Jamie. I do know. The Hippodrome Theater was famous for attracting crowds and celebrated musicians. And the old speakeasy next door was one of the only places to buy alcohol during the prohibition era. But that’s not what Jamie meant. Instead of highlighting the Read more about The Deuce: A Street Decapitated[…]