"IT IS the most interesting neighborhood in the city," says Patricia Stringer. There are 100,000 residents in its 85 acres and not one complains about crime, city services, taxes, schools, or anything else. That's because they're all dead.
Moonshine is a craft beer bar and restaurant in the deep heart of South Philly, outside the city-established zones where sidewalk cafés are free to open. Yet it has a sidewalk café, notes one local resident, who asks not to be named for fear of retaliation. I'll call him Good Citizen.