July 07, 2010
Manchester, England: Name's Oliver. Buy you a drink?
Holden Oliver does exist and may be seen strolling to and from one of the Peter Street hotels all this week--but he won't say which one. He likes Manchester but "it's a mean old town to live in by yourself." Wonderfully gritty and real, this ancient second city once had an economic school of thought named after it, via England's Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. Poet Carole Houlston in "Manchester": "Lowry-loving/Boundry shoving/Cottonmilled.../Bomb-rocked/Unbroken..."
Mean Town Blues
Posted by JD Hull at July 7, 2010 12:26 AM
The Britions Protection pub is my reccomendation, come up Peter Street to the library at Peter Square turn right round the side of the midland and walk 3 minutes down the road, past the bridgewater water hall until it's diagonally across from you
if you've been walking for 7/10 minutes and hit first street then you've gone too far and you're cluttering up my drive
Posted by: Duncan King at July 7, 2010 04:34 AM
Thanks, angry Scot guy!
Posted by: Holden Oliver at July 7, 2010 03:34 PM