The Music Has Ended For Popcorn Carousel

All that remained were those kernels stuck in your teeth.

Walking through Snider Plaza last night, I happened upon the discouraging scene above: a half-empty bottle of Coke, a small pile of Gummi bears and worms searching for a forest, and bags and bags of old popcorn.

The eviction notice on the door shed some light:

Your rentals are delinquent and you are in default of your Lease Agreement…the management was exercised its statutory right to change or modify your door lock…Please note that you will not have access to the space until all past due rent and fees have been paid.

The Popcorn Carousel had been turned off.

When I was about to leave, a man parked his car and looked through the window with me.

“So much for shaved ice today.”

Calls to a phone number on the store’s website this morning rang unanswered.

2 thoughts on “The Music Has Ended For Popcorn Carousel

  • March 27, 2012 at 10:49 am

    That’s a pretty high rent area to make ends meet selling only popcorn and candy.

  • March 28, 2012 at 12:15 am

    Yummilicious killed it. That, and the fact that someone was clearly trying to run it on the cheap, and by remote control.


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