South Street rocks. Or, at least it did back in the late eighties when I was hanging out there.I stopped down there a few times for Fat Tuesdays on Fat Tuesday in the late nineties. Still busy, but much calmer.And I remember those videos, so you are not alone.
It went from calm to out of control in the 90's (The PI has their archives behind a pay firewall, but here's the preview.)South St. still paying for Mardi Gras meleeSource: Julie Shaw INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFFIf you plan on celebrating Mardi Gras today on South Street, forget about ordering rum for breakfast - but chances are good you'll be able to get a drink right before 2 a.m. Five years after a Mardi Gras celebration on South Street turned into a giant melee, things still aren't back to normal. Rich Frank, general manager of South Street bar Fat Tuesday, said: "For me, there's no advertising of the event." That's ...Published on February 28, 2006, Page B04, Philadelphia InquirerBut that Change Reaction video is awesome! I don't think I'll ever tire of watching it only because it makes me feel like teenager again.
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