Natalie Wood, Bainbridge Street

November 21, 2011 |  by  |  Found  | 

photo: Nathaniel Popkin


With the reopening of the investigation into the 1981 death of Natalie Wood, Scott Evans of Anastacia’s Antiques, on the 600 block of Bainbridge, gets in the spirit. This is the way to get ready for Black Friday, thank you very much!


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Hidden City co-editor Nathaniel Popkin’s latest book is the novel Lion and Leopard (The Head and The Hand Press). He is also the author of Song of the City (Four Walls Eight Windows/Basic Books) and The Possible City (Camino Books). He is also senior writer and script editor of the Emmy-winning documentary series “Philadelphia: The Great Experiment” and the fiction review editor of Cleaver Magazine.



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