A couple of items to get you through a gloomy Sunday morning ...
While we're on the subject of rebuilding the block of Lower Greenville destroyed by an electrical fire at Terilli's Tuesday morning, a good Friend of Unfair Park regifts the above photo he received this week: "Luke Zaby and son Vincent with Budweiser Clydesdales in front of his Greenville Grill, known today as the Greenville Bar & Grill." It was taken circa 1947. Luke Zaby owned the Greenville Grill, which opened in '33, from '38 till his death in '55 ...
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And, while trolling for something new to listen to whilst running Sunday-morning errands, I came across this astounding, essential live Rolling Stones collection recorded in Houston and Fort Worth in June 1972, during the Exile on Main St. tour. It's the "soundtrack" to a little-seen '74 in-concert doc called Ladies and Gentleman: The Rolling Stones.