It’s so funny, but that is what Philadelphia is like, especially in the older section. So much like Brooklyn but cheaper to live. People hanging out. Chris DiPinto’s guitar shop….. The Little Italy, which is so much cooler than NYC’s, I was walking near there once and there was a sign above a doorstoop that indicated it was a bar, but I walked in and it was no longer a bar. Someone was sleeping on a couch with the TV on, and I quietly closed the door and backed out! Still true neighborhoods! My late friend, John Martin, the renowned tube-amp guy, lived near there in an old row home. Love the row homes! My first house in Allentown was a row home.