Get yer crack right here, same as back in the day.
Whoever's controlling it, the operation on Indiana seems to include young and old alike. When PW was there a kid maybe 10 years old rolled by on his bicycle, watching this reporter closely before pedaling back up the street. A little later another kid walked by and cast the same stare before walking back to rejoin the others, a dozen or more, who keep Indiana in the one business here that's offered decades of steady work.
Steve Volk (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes about Steve Lopez's novel Third and Indiana on p. 42.