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Dead CW/PE: Final Week



A bonus pair: The former City Weekly/Private Eye office on 400 South (more recently home to Bikini Cuts), coming down to make way for courthouse expansion--only eight or so years later than we were originally told. The back of the building is gone, as you'll see by the daylight streaming through John Saltas' upstairs office. In the second photo, the old Anchors Aweigh next door (whose looong bar now resides in the opening-soon Green Pig Pub in the former Cabana Club space ... so much to keep up on).