The East End knows how to party in the snow

by | Jan 28, 2016 | POLITICS

Some of us are still semi-trapped in our houses as the city seems to have left some side streets for dead.


Some of us are still semi-trapped in our houses as the city seems to have left some side streets for dead.

But what’s become a nightmare for cars was once the Great WORK CLOSING SNOWSTORM JONAS and we all have fond memories of trekking through the blizzard to find a drink, or food, or both.

Take for example these residents on the other side of Fulton Hill who took their giant rocking horse for a few spins around the east end.

Shot by longtime friend’o’RVAMag Todd Raviotta, check out the video below which shows snow isn’t all bad…

Rocking-horse Rides from Todd Raviotta on Vimeo.

Brad Kutner

Brad Kutner




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