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    [–] Who owns this rad electric cargo bike? I've been thinking about buying this exact model and want to know what you think about it. burningatallends 2 points ago in Maine

    Awesome, thank you! What do you love the most about it? How long does it take to charge the battery? Seems pretty powerful, do you even need to petal (assuming flat road)? Do you ride it in the winter (assuming the roads are not loaded with snow/ice)? How's the company's customer service? Anything you don't like about it? Anything you would change about it?

    Thank you in advance!!!

    [–] GGG/Canelo burningatallends 2 points ago in portlandme

    Buffalo wild wings 100% will have the fights on tonight. No cover charge and average bar food.

    [–] My great grandfather, Domenico Madonna, proudly presenting his sausages in front of his store in Philadelphia. Circa 1930-1940 burningatallends 3 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    1) I don't know about my ggf's era, but I believe the "italian market" has always been considered just 9th street. However there were, and still are, shops outside of 9th street, such as Isgro's pastries on christian. 2) I haven't found a better place. :(

    [–] My great grandfather, Domenico Madonna, proudly presenting his sausages in front of his store in Philadelphia. Circa 1930-1940 burningatallends 3 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    I did a brief search (add sausage joke here), but I found archives from the late 1800's to 1930. Also I wouldn't be surprised if they still used the display, but sold the paper a different price.

    [–] (X-post from /r/oldschoolcool) My great grandfather in front of his store on 11th street. Circa 1930 burningatallends 2 points ago in philadelphia

    It's definitely the same building. My family owned it until 2010-ish, and the new owners spend a lot of time and money renovating it. It was in rough shape when we sold it.

    [–] My great grandfather, Domenico Madonna, proudly presenting his sausages in front of his store in Philadelphia. Circa 1930-1940 burningatallends 2 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    I wish I knew exactly, but he didn't arrive in the US until 1905. It's possible it's 1910, but he didn't have any money when he arrived, so I doubt he was able to buy the building and open a store that quickly. However we don't know for certain. I would love to know what date is on the newspaper behind him.