46:03 – Frank and Peter explore the town of Somerville, NJ. Memories of Somerville, alleyway, Quality Comics, cat, Division Street, the classic shopping center is torn down, The Evil Farm, surprise meeting with Alex at Incogneeto, we talked for a long time, the book “Vintage Fashion Accessories” by Stacy LoAlbo, walking down Main Street, bike rides, luxury apartments, Las Vegas housing market, McMansions, Neet Stuff, Hobnob, gentleman with top hat, fondue, the classic Somerville Circle, Cinema I-II-III, early settlements, dog bakery, the old style of storefronts, Kigali, magic and costume store, record store, wine store, storefront station idea, antiques, grand jury duty, crimes, dinner at Splash of Thai, stir fried wild boar, mee krob, chocolate souffle, Thai iced coffee, super hot green curry, Dunkin Donuts, coconut coffee, Reverse Boston Creme donut, observing some antiques, WWII sonar machine, cymbals, sexuality and beverages, Heathers, as soon as we hit the border the show has to end, parking lot combat, stationery, Summerville, Heat Miser, train station, “take the train to the plane”, After Man, the early days of sushi, criminals, jury duty, closed gas station, and the border.

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Attribution: by Frank Nora – more info at onsug.com

Released February 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

3 Responses to “Frank Nora Show 1657 – Somerville (2/26/11)”
  1. Johan says:

    Nice show, it was really fun to hear this!

  2. E-squared says:

    Great show! Cool ending!

  3. Rob says:

    Great episode! If all of those stores close at 6:00, why were so many people parked there?

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