Pete Parisi's Star Turn
How many signatures does it take?
Would he be the most "underground" person on the walk? After the forever indie Phyllis Diller that is.
[Posted by Gabe
on Mon., Aug 6, 2007 at 12:41 AM]
There's not a set number of signatures, but the more WWM fans we can get, the more convincing the case I can make. I posted a bunch of clips on YouTube a while back and got a great response. This is a good next step.
Check up at http://wwm.diabetoboy.com for updates.
[Posted by Jim
on Mon., Aug 6, 2007 at 4:41 PM]
Just discovered that social activist and writer Michael Harrington grew up in Skinker-Debaliviere and was even baptized at St. Roch's.
Harrington's work in the 1950's was hugely important to the creation of the Great Society program. He was a giant in the area of anti-poverty work.
Nothing should happen on that walk of fame until there's a big fat plaque in honor of Mr. Harrington.
[Posted by Warren Rosenblum
on Sat., Aug 25, 2007 at 12:35 PM]